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
This image is a wonderful example of a fast shutter speed. The amount of time that the shutter stays open is often referred to as the shutter speed. Faster shutter speeds are typically used when trying to catch objects in motion.
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
ƒ16 is just a starting point. If you want to use ƒ11 then you need to boost your shutter speed to 1/200 (in the case of ISO100). 2.8 is 5 stops brighter than ƒ16, so you need to go up 5 stops on your shutter. In other words, a bright Sunny 16 rule- sunny day is 1/3200 ƒ2.8 at ISO 100. You can use the sunny 16 rule with any aperture you want, not just ƒ16.