Capturing Motion with City Lights
ready, Joe? Yeah. Let's let's go again. I'll try to go a little bit faster. She has to go now. Go. Go. Okay, I tell you what. As you're walking, give me a fashion. They look like at camera. Just pop once. Yep. Ready? Okay. And go cool. Okay. Again. Here we go. Ready? And go. Nice. You gotta You gotta make you gotta make your stride really wide. Really defined. Okay, Ready? 123 Go. I tell you what. When you start walking, Sabina, when I say go, that's when you look at me. Okay? So you'll just start walking. Get ready. Start walking. And I I say go. Look at me. Go. Nice Now. I tried three d Didn't even grabber in nothing. What you doing? Continuous nine. Now, now I'm back on continuous nine. Okay. All right. Ready? When? When the light changes. Let's try again. Go. Yep. Go nice. All right, we're getting there. That's the That's the mood I need. Stop right there. Turn around. Ready? Go. Nice fashion. Shoot. Ready? Go ahead. Go. Nice. Getting better. Getting better. Keep that stride really...
long and move. Move. Okay. And the hottie like look at me like Like I just I just gave you a wolf whistle. I have sat on my ass on many, many a street corner in New York City. I'm not proud of it. Ready? Go Nice. You have to play with the shutter speed. Sometimes it's a little too much motion. Sometimes, not enough. Sometimes I'm screwing up a camera. Other times she's got a high heels on, so I can't really complain. You know, she's maybe not walking quite fast enough. We'll see how we do. Go ahead. Go. Nice long strides. Here we go. Go Nice. Yeah. Jesus. Go. Nice. This one of those things where you just say, I just need one frame. See one frame. That's sort of works. All right, So what I'm doing here? I thought I could get away with it. I thought would be all right. But it's What I need to do is prioritize my release. I was prioritizing focus and you know, all the motion and stuff. So now I'm just going to go with an absolute release command, because what I'm finding is I'm just a split second behind where I should be. So, um, different commands in this camera. You can prioritise Focus. You can prioritise release first few frames. I was pretty good with the focus. Priority seemed to be in sync. But these last couple it was two significant delay between my punch at the shutter button and the actual triggering of the shutter itself. So now it's going to go at the instant that I see her where I wanted. Alright, let's try again. Ready? Go. Nice. Here we go. Let's go again. Go. Lows. Okay. Might have had one on that sequence. One thing when truism about shooting motion, you got to shoot a bunch of them. Okay, Gotta walk fast. Here we go. Sorry. Okay, Try again. Stay right there. Dead. Go and go. Nice. Good luck. Okay, we're done. Here we go. Thank you. Way to go, kiddo. Nice job.
In this exclusive class, join legend Joe McNally, on the streets of New York to see how to bring light to one of the busiest and most dynamic backgrounds. He'll walk through how to prep your gear, scout for locations, direct your models, and incorporate flash to make your subject stand out on the city streets. He'll discuss how to set your exposure and plan your shot to achieve the "bokeh" look of the city glow behind your model. Learn tips for planning your shoot so you're within the city regulations as well as techniques to help work through any troubles you may have while on location. Gain the confidence and know-how to photograph your subjects with flash in what can seem like an impossible environment.