When I’m shooting disc golf almost every Tuesday at our Southwest Handicap Mini, some of my favorite photos are snapped when the players are putting.
Part of the reason is that it’s easy to keep them and the disc in focus. People don’t think you’re a good photographer when your pics are blurry.
But I also like how the fast shutter speed freezes the disc in the air.
It’s like they’re floating. Which is a good thing when the disc ends up in the basket.
In the lake, not so much.