Using shutter speed: take control of your shutter for cool, creative effects
In our latest photography cheat sheet we look at some of the different ways of using shutter speed to produce different digital camera effects.
With all the focus (no pun intended) these days on creative controls like aperture and depth of field, it seems like no one ever thinks about shutter speed anymore. But as we all know, shutter speed is an important tool in any photographer’s repertoire.
Once you learn how to take control of your shutter speed you’ll open yourself to a host of creative photography ideas.
To help you learn how to master your digital camera’s shutter speed our latest photography cheat sheet takes you through the basic of how to change your shutter speed settings and how each affects the look of our pictures.
We also show you how to identify the best shutter speeds to use for different shooting situations and decide the moments when it is better to go with a fast shutter speed vs a slow shutter speed.
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on Friday, May 3rd, 2013 at 11:00 am under Photography Tips.
Tags: camera tips, photography cheat sheet, shutter speed