- Shutter speed is actually…a pretty easy thing to understand.…It's pretty intuitive.…A longer shutter speed means the things…in the image are going to be blurry,…either because they're moving or…because you're shaking the camera.…A shorter shutter speed means things are going to be sharp.…What we haven't talked about yet is a way for you…to control shutter speed.…In the first part of this series, you saw…that in Program Mode you can use Program Shift…to choose different combinations of…shutter speed and aperture, and one of those will…have a faster shutter speed.…But for times when you know…that you want shutter speed control,…you're going to want to to switch to shutter priority mode.…
In shutter priority mode, you get to pick the shutter speed…you want and the camera, when you meter,…will pick a corresponding aperture.…If you're in auto ISO, it will also adjust your ISO,…If it needs to.…So I'm out here right now and it's windy,…and there's some flowers over there that I want to shoot…and they're blowing around…
- Shooting sharp images
- Assessing your camera's high ISO options
- How aperture affects depth of field
- Lens speed
- Previewing depth of field
- Depth of field in the real world
- Manual mode
- Controlling motion
- Shooting raw
- Shooting with post-production in mind
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photographywith Chris Orwig2h 30m Intermediate
1. Shutter Speed in Depth
2. Aperture in Depth
3. More Shooting Modes
4. Shooting Strategies
Where to go from here2m 53s
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