Using the iPhone as an example, hold the shutter button down when shooting photos of people or anything in motion. You should hold for as long as reasonable and get as many shots as time or storage permits. You see it quickly takes a lot of photos!
Afterwards, go to the Camera Roll and select the burst (it looks like a stack of images). You can then quickly analyze them by tapping “Select…” and then flipping through the images by scrolling left or right, selecting only the one or some you like, then dropping the rest and recovering storage space.
Black panther’s spots which can only be seen using an infrared camera
KJBenson: Thank you for this. I’m always frustrated that my photos are a bit blurry.
squidgun: This is a great tip for people who have kids who like to make faces or move while taking pictures
RichardMorto: Make sure you have an SD card that is fast enough to handle the influx of image data that comes from burst shotting full resolution pictures.
Gobtholemew: There can be downsides to this, especially in lower light conditions. I’ve found that in order for the camera to take so many pictures so quickly, it sets the shutter speed to something super-fast. To compensate for the reduced light it cranks the ISO right up. When this occurs the pictures have noticeably less colour quality and noticeably more noise.
-bishpls-: No shit? This shouldn’t pass for a YSK…
This is just logic, people.