The Reciprocal Rule For Shutter Speed and How to Use It
Why does a picture come out blurry? Did your camera have focus problems? Are your shutter speeds too low? And…
Optimal Shutter Speed Settings for HDR Photography
In HDR photography, the only varying factor controlling the exposure in your bracketed sequence should be the shutter speed. This means that the camera is controlling the shutter speed to give us the median exposure, the darker exposure and the brighter exposure. However, given that cameras have limitations of the highest possible shutter speed and that shutter speed also controls motion freeze, there are optimal settings for shutter speed. The optimal shutter speed depends on a few considerations, which we will discuss in this article. In addition, we will explain the two issues that arise due to shutter speed as well as why the optimal exposure value should not be at 3 stops, but at 2 stops instead.
What Is Shutter Speed | The Ultimate Guide To Creative Use Of Shutter Speed
Shutter Speed Made Simple In photography, Shutter Speed is the length of time of an exposure, usually measured in fractions…
ISO, Aperture & Shutter Speed | A Cheat Sheet For Beginners
One of the first things you must learn as a new photographer is the relationship between ISO, aperture and shutter speed. Here’s a little cheat-sheet to help you remember.
The Relationship Between Shutter Speed & Flash Is Critical | Remember This Lighting Mantra
Aperture controls flash, shutter speed controls ambient…this is a good mantra to have when trying to understand and control flash….
How To Create Motion in a Time-Lapse Using Shutter Speed
Since you can’t play with your drone this weekend (if you live within a 32-mile radius of the Super Bowl that is) and you don’t want to watch the Super Bowl, how about making a time-lapse?
How To Combine Slow And Fast Shutter Speeds In One Image
Joe McNally is known for being one of the best photographers worldwide. In this video, he is going to teach you how to create a matrix-styled effect by physically zooming the lens and using a slow shutter speed.