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    How to use a camera: exposure modes made simple

    | Photography Tips | 11/03/2013 01:00am
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    How to use Shutter Priority mode

    How to use Shutter Priority mode: step 1

    1 Fast shutter speeds
    Check there isn’t a low exposure warning – either a flashing aperture number or ‘Lo’ displayed on the screen. If there is one, increase the ISO or use a slower shutter speed.

     

    How to use Shutter Priority mode: step 2

    2 Using slow shutter speeds
    Check for a high exposure warning. If so, set a lower ISO if one is available or use a faster shutter speed, otherwise use a Neutral Density or polarising filter.

    Pros and Cons of Shutter Priority mode

    What’s it good for?

    • 
Shooting sports and action where you need control over the shutter speed

    What’s it bad for?

    • 
Most landscape photography
    • Any subject where you need precise control over the depth of field

    PAGE 1: How to use a camera’s top dial
    PAGE 2: How to use Program mode
    PAGE 3: Program Mode Pros and Cons
    PAGE 4: Your camera display explained
    PAGE 5: Using Program Shift / Flexible Program
    PAGE 6: What is Aperture Priority mode?
    PAGE 7: Highs and lows of Aperture Priority mode
    PAGE 8: How to control depth of field in Aperture Priority mode
    PAGE 9: What is Shutter Priority mode?
    PAGE 10: How to use Shutter Priority mode?

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    Posted on Monday, March 11th, 2013 at 1:00 am under Photography Tips.

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