Today’s Tutorial: Shutter Speed

After viewing this video, answer the following questions using complete sentences.

What is the shutter in the camera? What does using a fast shutter speed look like? What does using a slow shutter speed look like? What sorts of effects can you get by using the shutter speed?

What happens to the light when you increase the shutter speed? What happens to the light when you decrease the amount of light? What camera mode should you be in to adjust shutter speed on your camera?

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2 thoughts on “Today’s Tutorial: Shutter Speed

  1. you turn down or turn it up, to freeze action you will need a lot of light, when you have a fast shutter speed it will get your motion very quick making it have fast lines, when you have a shower shutter sped it will be more of a sharp photo with a little bit of blur. for longer amount of seconds low light is better for your image. fast affects you can get the image when something is moving fast so it can get where water is first falling or rain. want to be in the middle so 500 or faster 1000

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  2. Shutter is what takes the picture in the camera. When you use a quick shutter speed you can make moving objects look like they’re still, it eliminates any movement in the photograph. When you use a long shutter speed you can create a blur effect in the photo. By changing the shutter speed you could get a light painting effect. When you increase shutter speed, light looks darker. When you decrease the amount of light, light in the images appears brighter. In order to change shutter speed your camera should be in TV or shutter speed priority.

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