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Just like with showing motion, stopping motion depends on the shutter speed. You need a quick shutter speed to freeze the motion onto the image. How fast the shutter needs to be depends on how fast the object you are photographing is moving and how close you are to it.
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You either need bright light (such as normal daylight) or you need a flash. It is difficult to stop motion in dim light. The faster and closer the object is, the more light you will need.
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