Jump shots are always fun to make. However - it can really be tiring for the model ( i.e. myself ). I think I burned a thousand calories just getting the right shot during this shoot.
They key in getting a jump shot is timing. I had to make sure that I was up in the air when the shutter releases. Getting the right timing is challenging - so it would be good to set a delayed shutter release of 10 secs and jump on the 10th second. For my own shoot - it's a good thing that I have a remote shutter timer that can be programmed to shoot a series of pictures ( which I set to 5 ) with an interval of 5 secs. each. So every 5 secs. I will jump. 3 times out of 5 - I capture a shot with me jumping.
Do any of you dear readers have any tips for getting a good jump shot?