Covering fast-paced events such as sports or protests can often be stressful for journalists, who often have to file copy while updating their social media accounts and liveblogging the action happening in front of them.
The iPhone's burst mode feature is useful for mobile journalists looking to take the perfect shot to send back to the newsroom or post online, but many do not know how to get the most from it.
Check out this useful article from Mobiograhy, which explains what burst mode is, how to use it properly and the type of shots it is designed to capture.
And don't worry if you haven't got a lot of space on your phone, as the author describes how to quickly delete any unwanted photos in chunks, leaving you with more time to focus on covering the event.
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