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Shutter Speed, Freeze

At a basic level, shutter speed is used to control exposure, but it can also be used as a creative tool that freezes action or adds dramatic blur to moving subjects. In this tutorial we'll explain some of the common mistakes you might encounter while trying to achieve the five classic shutter speed effects of freezing movement, blurring action, using blur creatively, long exposures and night photography.

How to avoid common mistakes at every shutter speed

Learn how to overcome the top common mistakes with shutter speed in cameras, which photographers regularly encounter when trying to achieve creative effects

Let me break down the topic of "Shutter Speed" into some bite sized pieces that should help digital camera owners trying to get their head around it.

Introduction to Shutter Speed

IDEA: Slow Shutter Speeds Slow shutter speeds can be used to create an impression of ‘aloneness’ or alienation* * Alienation is to be or feel ‘outside’ of society, lonely, alone, apart.

This Pin uses a "stop motion" effect as if to freeze the motion in the image.  The ISO had to be somewhat high (400) because it was cloudy.  Also. a fast shutter speed (1/60) had to be used so that the "motion blur" found in many show motions shots would NOT be seen.

This Pin uses a "stop motion" effect as if to freeze the motion in the image. The ISO had to be somewhat high because it was cloudy. a fast shutter speed had to be used so that the "motion blur" found in many show motions shots would NOT be seen.

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