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film-Shutter Speed and Motion

  1. 1. Shutter Speed and Motion
  2. 2. Shutter Speed•  Shutter Speed controls how long light is allowed to hit the film•  Full stops –  1 1/2 1/4 1/8 1/15 1/30 1/60 1/125… –  Your camera may show just the second half of the number 2, 4, 8, 15 –  A quotation mark after the number denotes seconds –  A number with no quotation marks is a fraction of a second•  When motion is the important aspect of the shot choose your shutter speed first and then meter to get the correct aperture
  3. 3. Shutter Speed•  Shutter speed controls whether a moving object will be in focus or blurred•  To get fast shutter speeds, you may have to choose a high ISO film•  To get slower shutter speeds you may have to choose a low ISO film•  You will get more motion blur from something crossing in front of you than from an object coming toward you
  4. 4. Long shutter speed Short Shutter Speed
  5. 5. Fast Shutter Speed 1/60 and up
  6. 6. Fast Shutter Speed
  7. 7. Fast Shutter Speed
  8. 8. Slow Shutter Speed 1/30 and lower
  9. 9. Slow Shutter Speed
  10. 10. Slow Shutter Speed
  11. 11. Slow Shutter Speed
  12. 12. Slow Shutter Speed
  13. 13. Special Tricks with Slow Shutter Speed•  Panning-with a slow shutter speed, you follow the motion of your object while your camera is exposing
  14. 14. Panning
  15. 15. Panning
  16. 16. Panning
  17. 17. Special Tricks with Slow Shutter Speed•  You can move the camera while the shutter is open•  You can move you zoom while the shutter is open
  18. 18. Spinning the Camera
  19. 19. Spinning the Camera
  20. 20. Zooming
  21. 21. Zooming
  22. 22. Special Tricks with Slow Shutter Speed•  Light writing-while the shutter is open you can use a light source, like a flashlight, to write or draw
  23. 23. Light Writing
  24. 24. Light Writing
  25. 25. Night Photography•  You will need to be prepared to deal with slow shutter speeds.•  Either bring a tripod or find a place to set your camera•  In order to keep from shaking the camera with your hands, set your self timer•  Meter for visible light-your meter reading is a starting point –  You may have to fiddle with your exposure settings•  Beware of setting your ISO too high and getting excessive noise
  26. 26. Night Photography
  27. 27. Night Photography
  28. 28. Night Photography
  29. 29. Night Photography
  30. 30. Slow Shutter Speed and Flash•  Normally your flash is synced with your shutter speed at higher speeds (around 1/60)•  You can force your flash to fire along with slower shutter speeds for different effects•  Whenever the flash fires, there will be stopped motion and then during the rest of the exposure the camera will record the motion blurFront Curtain (regular) Flash
  31. 31. Slow Shutter Speed and Flash
  32. 32. Slow Shutter and Rear Curtain Flash