Shutter Speed: A Beginner's Guide... I've always believed that in photography, you should avoid getting bogged down in the technical side of your hobby, and focus on developing your creative talent. However, there are certain technical elements that are essential to getting a good photo - shutter speed is one of them
Shutter Speed, ISO, Aperture ... To be comfortable shooting manual you will need to know what your necessary adjustments are. Though these settings are all numeric, there isn’t some insane math equation that you need to do to find out what to dial them into. You need to play with those number’s prior to each session, within your session surroundings, to get a good understanding. I usually set up about 10 mins prior to a photo shoot to adjust my camera, I even use my husband as my test model.
This photograph of someone bursting a bubble, you can see how it is done very clearly and with a slow shutter speed this would have been blurred and wouldn’t be as creative as this image. Description from scm.ulster.ac.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Reclaimed old wooden shutter One of a kind unique winter décor!!! Hand painted snowman with raised snowflake accents. Adorable scarf and berries & greenery finish off the look!!! **Item shown in first photo** Shutter size: 34 x 12
Equipment ◾Camera – You need a camera that allows you to take control of the shooting modes. You want to have control over the shutter speed, aperture, and zoom. Most DSLR cameras allow the user to control these parameters. ◾Flash – You need an off-camera flash. You can either use a wireless flash trigger or a flash cable. ◾Incense Stick – You need a source of smoke. The most commonly used item is an incense stick. ◾Background – You need a dark color background. I personally use and recommend bl