SAR chopper

Started Mar 15, 2012 | Discussions thread
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JustBob Contributing Member • Posts: 508
Re: SAR chopper

Well there is certainly no doubt that you'll get a cleaner shot the higher your shutter speed. But if you look around at aviation photography, of prop or rotor driven, you won't see any with the prop-stopped.

I would say it's more important to get good panning down. Maybe if a helicopter is hovering it isn't necessary. But for most aircraft shooting, you want to pan smoothly with the subject. And don't stop when you press the shutter. Keep moving smoothly.

Keep shooting!

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