Selecting the-appropriate-shutter-speed-for-better-photography-results

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Selecting the-appropriate-shutter-speed-for-better-photography-results

  1. 1. Selecting the appropriate shutter speed for betterphotography results Shooting best photographs is not just about purchasing the most expensive camera available in the market. Whether you are Pro photographer or a beginner looking to turn professional photographer, it is common and more important that you have basic knowledge in understand shutter speed and impact of the shutter speed in the photographs.What do we mean by shutter speed in photography or DSLR?In simple we can say the time frames taken to camera to for opening its lens shutter. Also this can besaid as time taken to camera sensor to visualize the scene.Kinds of shutter speedsIn DSLR there are different kinds of shutter speeds for various requirements. Shutter speeds aregenerally measured by fraction of seconds, shutter speeds are mentioned as 1/1000 or 1/50. In thislarger number will indicate you the higher shutter speed. The normal camera shutter speed is usuallyaround 1/60. Lower shutter speed always results in blurry photographsFollowing are the most common shutter speed configurations available on DSLR cameras are 1/500,1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15, 1/8 and more. Some DSLR also allow you the choice of calculatingshutter speed in full seconds (not in fractions) this will be mentioned as 1 second, 2 moments etc.These type of seconds calculated shutter speed which is available in few DSLR is used for low lightphotographs or when you are trying to take activity and mood.
  2. 2. Image credit: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1296515/Frozen-time-Incredibly-detailed-images-animals-captured-using-high-speed-photography.htmlGenerally many photographer will be using lower than 1/60 and this do not mean all their pictures endup unclear and blurry. For maximum outcome, generally slowly shutter speeds are used when thecamera is fixed on the tripod so your camera is constant and there is no movement while clicking thephotograph.Selecting perfect shutter speedHope you will be clear about technical information on camera shutter speed. Now you shouldconcentrate on choosing perfect shutter speed for perfect photograph. You need to understand differentkind of photographs needs different kind of shutter speed, you should be aware for the activities and themoment you are going to capture in the particular session.If you are trying to “freeze” this activity to be able to result in perfect photograph, if this is scenario thenyou should go for fast shutter speed. This will let you capture the moment before it vanishes. If you wantsome moment as blurry or unclear then choose low shutter speed.
  3. 3. Image credit: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1296515/Frozen-time-Incredibly-detailed-images-animals-captured-using-high-speed-photography.htmlThe real statistics for the shutter speeds are determined by how “frozen” or “blurry” you want yourphotographs to end up and a little experience in the right scenario will help you determine this lowshutter speed and high shutter speed settings.Consider focal length when setting up shutter speedsWhen adjusting shutter speed it is also necessary to consider focal length of you camera. The focallength of your DSLR will contribute to camera trembling and unless you have in-camera imagestabilization, then you should consider your shutter speed with regards to the focal length. For distancefocal length, you will probably need quicker shutter speeds. Without image stabilization, it is better touse large shutter speed then the focal length for quality results. For instance if you are planning topicture something which is in 200mm distance, then you can choose the shutter speeds 1/250 for a topquality Photographs.Following these guidelines will help you end up picking the right shutter speed and will take you a longway towards taking better photographs.
  4. 4. Image credit: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1296515/Frozen-time-Incredibly-detailed-images-animals-captured-using-high-speed-photography.htmlAbout deepetch.comDeepetch is your complete outsourcing partner for all aspects regarding image processing, specializingin delivering quality services such as:Clipping PathMaskingRetouchingColor correctionVectorOnline retailersArchitectural serviceWith customer support and technical support teams located in USA, UK and AUSTRALIA, we areavailable 24hrs and we are just a phone call or a (1) click away.Did you know!!!Using Deepetch you can process unlimited images in less than 4hrs. Deepetch is a 100% securewebsite. Deepetch has 24×7 customer support & live chat. Deepetch has an email response time of 15Minutes.
  5. 5. Key facts 1. Deepetch was founded in early 2001, initially servicing only clients from Australia. It has since grown internationally and is now a one-stop solution for image processing services online. And with the beginning of the year 2011, Deepetch is still a leader in its industry. 2. Deepetch has an extended range of resources, with a staff composed of 100+ full-time employees who ensure on time delivery and the highest quality for each and every job 24/7. 3. Deepetch’s complex workflow on every project is accomplished by the collaboration of four (4) departments (Sales, Customer Service, Production and Research & Development), effectively meeting all of our client’s needs. 4. Deepetch, unlike many other providers, doesn’t assume ownership over your images or lay claim to your images. Security and copyright are of the utmost importance here at Deepetch and comply with International industry standards. Your images have a maximum shelf life of 14 days upon job completion (or less, you too can delete them from our server), after which they are automatically deleted. 5. From the technological point of view, Deepetch is a pioneer and is always trying to make its site and workflow more effective and efficient. We are always trying to incorporate the latest technology, ensuring that our servers, internet connections and power supplies are fail safe. This means that we also have our own Research and Development (R&D) team, which is constantly working on upgrades and streamlining the system.

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