All about capturing the action
Types of
Shutters
Shutter Types : Leaf
 Generally located in lens
 Will synchronize with flash at any speed
 Older form of shutter
 Foun...
Curtain Shutter
Shutter Types:
Focal Plain Curtain
 Located in body just in front of film
 Will synchronize with flash generally below 6...
Shutter Types:
Focal Plain Metal Leafs
 Usually moves vertically
 Modern design — 1990’s to present
 Will synchronize w...
Modern Shutter Assembly
How a Shutter Works
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyqbIuTz
RVI
Shutter Firing Sequence
Watch Shutter in Action
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLxUuT
biU3E#t=52
Effect of Shutter Time
Shutter Speeds
 Measured in fractions of a second.
 Some cameras will have shutter speeds of up to 8 seconds.
 Some cam...
Shutter Speed Examples
Shutter Speed Differences
Fast
1/500 @ ƒ/8 ISO 1600
Slow
1/15 @ ƒ/8 ISO 100
Shutter Speed Tutorials
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA2yQ22
YGD8
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgzbEX
z96G4&list=PL7oS...
ISO 200
SS 60
ƒ/11
ISO 200
SS 500
ƒ/4.5
ISO 200
SS 30
ƒ16
ISO 200
SS 15
ƒ/22
 Faster SS look
 Stop action
 Clear
 Cris...
Slow
Shutter Speeds
30 15 8 4 2 1s 2s B
Shutter Speed Differences
Slow
Medium
1/60 @ ƒ/5.6 ISO 50
Low
1/4 @ ƒ/16 ISO 50
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Lower (slower) numbers let more light into
camera.
 Slower shutter speeds show motion.
 Never hand...
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod & Cable
Release
 40m @ƒ/16
exposure
 2 hrs. after sunset
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod & Cable
Release
 5m @ƒ/16
exposure
 Just after sunset
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod & Cable
Release
 2h @ƒ/16 exposure
 2 hours after sunset
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Digital
 Braced hand-held
 .3s @ƒ/5.6
exposure
 Just after sunset
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Digital 100 ISO
 Braced hand-held
 30 @ƒ/2.5
exposure
 Filtered sunlight
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Digital 400 ISO
 Tripod
 8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure
 9 p.m. Thanksgiving
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Digital 400 ISO
 Tripod
 8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure
 9 p.m. Thanksgiving
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Digital 400 ISO
 Tripod
 8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure
 9 p.m. Thanksgiving
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Tri-X Pan 400 ISO
 Tripod
 30s @ƒ/16
exposure
 Cloudy filtered
through trees
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Xanon 5D
 Tripod
 ISO 200 ƒ/11 @ 4
 Cloudy filtered
through trees
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod
 30s @ƒ/16
exposure
 Cloudy filtered
through trees
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 3M Tungsten 500
ISO
 Tripod
 2m @ƒ/16
exposure
 Midnight
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 3M Tungsten 500
ISO
 Tripod
 2m @ƒ/16
exposure
 Midnight Winter,
1986
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 3M Tungsten 500
ISO
 Tripod
 2m @ƒ/16
exposure
 Midnight
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod
 5m @ƒ/16
exposure
 9:30 p.m.
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Kodachrome 64
ISO
 Tripod
 30s @ƒ/16
exposure
 9 p.m.
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Fuji S3pro digital
 Tripod
 ISO 200
 30s @ƒ/32
exposure
 5:30 p.m. Veteran's
Day
Slow
Shutter Speeds
 Canon 5D
 Tripod
 ISO 50
 30s @ƒ/22
exposure
 Aug. 15, 2008
Fast
Shutter Speeds
Higher (faster) numbers require more light.
Faster shutter speeds stop motion.
Always use 250 or gr...
Fast
Shutter Speeds
 Always use 250 or greater
to stop human action.
 Wait for peak of “hang
time.”
Fast
Shutter Speeds
 Always use 250 or greater
to stop human action.
 Wait for peak of “hang
time.”
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 3200 ISO
 1,000 @ ƒ/16
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 400 ISO
 500 @ ƒ/11
 400 mm lens
Fast
Shutter Speed
 400 ISO
 1,000 @ ƒ/8
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 400 ISO
 500 @ ƒ/16
 400 mm lens
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 800 ISO
 1,000 @ ƒ/9 (8)
 400 mm lens
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 1,600 ISO
 800 @ ƒ/11
 400 mm lens w/2x
Fast Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 Digital RAW
 400 mm lens
 800 ISO
 500 @ ƒ/25 (22)
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Tri-X Pan 400 ISO
 Push-processed to
1600 EI
 250 @ ƒ/8
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Tri-X Pan 400 ISO
 Push-processed to
1600 EI
 250 @ ƒ/2.5
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Tri-X Pan 400 ISO
 Push-processed to
1600 EI
 250 @ ƒ/2.5
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Digital
 ISO 3200
 500 @ ƒ/4.5
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Canon 5D
 ISO 400
 125 @ ƒ/16
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Digital
 ISO 3200
 250 @ ƒ/4.5
Fast
Shutter Speed
 Digital
 ISO 3200
 500 @ ƒ/4.5
Panning
“Stopping” the
subject while
showing
background
motion blur
Panning
Photographer stays in
one place rotating the
camera along the same
plane as the subject
movement following the
mot...
Panning
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PdAvGj
C_kc&list=PL7oSJZZPa8oCfhEgiTTiP7hL
DNG--Uz_y
http://www.youtube.com/watch?...
Panning
Panning
 Slower shutter speed
 Usually SS less than 1/125 sec.
 Camera follows movement of subject
 Background will sh...
Flashes &
Shutter Speeds
A quick look
Flash Synchronization
 It is the
synchronizing the
firing of
a photographic
flash with the
opening of a shutter
 Often s...
Flash
Sync
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
5,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
1,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
1,000
Using a Flash
 Shutter Speed @60
 Electronic Flash @
1,000
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Shutter speeds spring 2014

  1. 1. All about capturing the action
  2. 2. Types of Shutters
  3. 3. Shutter Types : Leaf  Generally located in lens  Will synchronize with flash at any speed  Older form of shutter  Found on larger format camera (2 1/2, 645, 4x5, 8x10, etc.)
  4. 4. Curtain Shutter
  5. 5. Shutter Types: Focal Plain Curtain  Located in body just in front of film  Will synchronize with flash generally below 60  Popular in 1950’s — 90’s
  6. 6. Shutter Types: Focal Plain Metal Leafs  Usually moves vertically  Modern design — 1990’s to present  Will synchronize with flash generally below 60
  7. 7. Modern Shutter Assembly
  8. 8. How a Shutter Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fyqbIuTz RVI
  9. 9. Shutter Firing Sequence
  10. 10. Watch Shutter in Action http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLxUuT biU3E#t=52
  11. 11. Effect of Shutter Time
  12. 12. Shutter Speeds  Measured in fractions of a second.  Some cameras will have shutter speeds of up to 8 seconds.  Some cameras will have a “B” (bulb) setting for longer exposures.  Most cameras will synchronize with flash at 1/60 sec.
  13. 13. Shutter Speed Examples
  14. 14. Shutter Speed Differences Fast 1/500 @ ƒ/8 ISO 1600 Slow 1/15 @ ƒ/8 ISO 100
  15. 15. Shutter Speed Tutorials http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tA2yQ22 YGD8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgzbEX z96G4&list=PL7oSJZZPa8oCfhEgiTTiP7h LDNG--Uz_y
  16. 16. ISO 200 SS 60 ƒ/11 ISO 200 SS 500 ƒ/4.5 ISO 200 SS 30 ƒ16 ISO 200 SS 15 ƒ/22  Faster SS look  Stop action  Clear  Crisp  Slower SS look  Show movement  Blurry  Feathery
  17. 17. Slow Shutter Speeds 30 15 8 4 2 1s 2s B
  18. 18. Shutter Speed Differences Slow Medium 1/60 @ ƒ/5.6 ISO 50 Low 1/4 @ ƒ/16 ISO 50
  19. 19. Slow Shutter Speeds  Lower (slower) numbers let more light into camera.  Slower shutter speeds show motion.  Never hand-hold camera below 60.  Use tripod for shutter speeds under 60.  Use cable or remote release when using tripod.
  20. 20. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod & Cable Release  40m @ƒ/16 exposure  2 hrs. after sunset
  21. 21. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod & Cable Release  5m @ƒ/16 exposure  Just after sunset
  22. 22. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod & Cable Release  2h @ƒ/16 exposure  2 hours after sunset
  23. 23. Slow Shutter Speeds  Digital  Braced hand-held  .3s @ƒ/5.6 exposure  Just after sunset
  24. 24. Slow Shutter Speeds  Digital 100 ISO  Braced hand-held  30 @ƒ/2.5 exposure  Filtered sunlight
  25. 25. Slow Shutter Speeds  Digital 400 ISO  Tripod  8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure  9 p.m. Thanksgiving
  26. 26. Slow Shutter Speeds  Digital 400 ISO  Tripod  8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure  9 p.m. Thanksgiving
  27. 27. Slow Shutter Speeds  Digital 400 ISO  Tripod  8s @ƒ/3.9 exposure  9 p.m. Thanksgiving
  28. 28. Slow Shutter Speeds  Tri-X Pan 400 ISO  Tripod  30s @ƒ/16 exposure  Cloudy filtered through trees
  29. 29. Slow Shutter Speeds  Xanon 5D  Tripod  ISO 200 ƒ/11 @ 4  Cloudy filtered through trees
  30. 30. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod  30s @ƒ/16 exposure  Cloudy filtered through trees
  31. 31. Slow Shutter Speeds  3M Tungsten 500 ISO  Tripod  2m @ƒ/16 exposure  Midnight
  32. 32. Slow Shutter Speeds  3M Tungsten 500 ISO  Tripod  2m @ƒ/16 exposure  Midnight Winter, 1986
  33. 33. Slow Shutter Speeds  3M Tungsten 500 ISO  Tripod  2m @ƒ/16 exposure  Midnight
  34. 34. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod  5m @ƒ/16 exposure  9:30 p.m.
  35. 35. Slow Shutter Speeds  Kodachrome 64 ISO  Tripod  30s @ƒ/16 exposure  9 p.m.
  36. 36. Slow Shutter Speeds  Fuji S3pro digital  Tripod  ISO 200  30s @ƒ/32 exposure  5:30 p.m. Veteran's Day
  37. 37. Slow Shutter Speeds  Canon 5D  Tripod  ISO 50  30s @ƒ/22 exposure  Aug. 15, 2008
  38. 38. Fast Shutter Speeds Higher (faster) numbers require more light. Faster shutter speeds stop motion. Always use 250 or greater to stop human action. Wait for peak of “hang time.”
  39. 39. Fast Shutter Speeds  Always use 250 or greater to stop human action.  Wait for peak of “hang time.”
  40. 40. Fast Shutter Speeds  Always use 250 or greater to stop human action.  Wait for peak of “hang time.”
  41. 41. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  3200 ISO  1,000 @ ƒ/16
  42. 42. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  400 ISO  500 @ ƒ/11  400 mm lens
  43. 43. Fast Shutter Speed  400 ISO  1,000 @ ƒ/8
  44. 44. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  400 ISO  500 @ ƒ/16  400 mm lens
  45. 45. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  800 ISO  1,000 @ ƒ/9 (8)  400 mm lens
  46. 46. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  1,600 ISO  800 @ ƒ/11  400 mm lens w/2x
  47. 47. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  Digital RAW  400 mm lens  800 ISO  500 @ ƒ/25 (22)
  48. 48. Fast Shutter Speed  Tri-X Pan 400 ISO  Push-processed to 1600 EI  250 @ ƒ/8
  49. 49. Fast Shutter Speed  Tri-X Pan 400 ISO  Push-processed to 1600 EI  250 @ ƒ/2.5
  50. 50. Fast Shutter Speed  Tri-X Pan 400 ISO  Push-processed to 1600 EI  250 @ ƒ/2.5
  51. 51. Fast Shutter Speed  Digital  ISO 3200  500 @ ƒ/4.5
  52. 52. Fast Shutter Speed  Canon 5D  ISO 400  125 @ ƒ/16
  53. 53. Fast Shutter Speed  Digital  ISO 3200  250 @ ƒ/4.5
  54. 54. Fast Shutter Speed  Digital  ISO 3200  500 @ ƒ/4.5
  55. 55. Panning “Stopping” the subject while showing background motion blur
  56. 56. Panning Photographer stays in one place rotating the camera along the same plane as the subject movement following the motion.
  57. 57. Panning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PdAvGj C_kc&list=PL7oSJZZPa8oCfhEgiTTiP7hL DNG--Uz_y http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiYAHIw wuOw&list=PL7oSJZZPa8oCfhEgiTTiP7hL DNG--Uz_y
  58. 58. Panning
  59. 59. Panning  Slower shutter speed  Usually SS less than 1/125 sec.  Camera follows movement of subject  Background will show movement parallel to subject’s movement  Subject is clear, in focus, action “stopped.”
  60. 60. Flashes & Shutter Speeds A quick look
  61. 61. Flash Synchronization  It is the synchronizing the firing of a photographic flash with the opening of a shutter  Often shortened to flash sync or flash synch. 
  62. 62. Flash Sync
  63. 63. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  64. 64. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  65. 65. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  66. 66. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  67. 67. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  68. 68. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 5,000
  69. 69. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 1,000
  70. 70. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 1,000
  71. 71. Using a Flash  Shutter Speed @60  Electronic Flash @ 1,000

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