Why Doesn’t My Camera’s Flash Freeze Fast Moving Subjects?

While newer photographers will always try to stop a fast-moving subject by cranking up their ISO setting and increasing the shutter speed, it really isn’t always the most effective method. In fact, it can cause a lot more problems for you in post-processing where you’ll enjoy just creating awful photos. One of flash’s biggest benefits is what it can do for photographers not only for providing light on a subject but also for extra benefits such as stopping motion. However, not all flashes are created equal in that capacity.