On every photo shoot there’s a moment that feels perfect. A moment that every other moment beforehand was leading toward. A moment that will never come again.
How do you find the decisive moment in everyday life, when things can’t always be planned? Something as simple as photographing a child standing in front of falling leaves can help you practice with different lenses and shutter speeds.
When that decisive moment comes, you might just be a little more prepared for it.
Watch the video below for a more in-depth explanation about finding the decisive moment, hosted by National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore.