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Kentucky has some of the most beautiful churches in the US. This is an example of one of my signature “drive-by shootings”.  As a passenger in a vehicle, I have the freedom to take pictures as we go down the road. The important thing to remember is to set your camera on TV setting, which is shutter priority. With this setting, you can basically lock your camera into the shutter speed needed to get a sharp picture while moving. In this case, I set the TV on 1/400, which captures images pretty well at around 55 m.p.h. In TV mode, the F-stop is going to adjust automatically according to the amount of light available.

Try this friendly method of drive-by shooting. You may have to do some experimenting, but once you’ve mastered this method, you will find it less time-consuming than pulling over the getting out at every photo-op.