Photography Cheat Sheet: A Handy Shutter Speed Guide

If you've decided to give shooting in manual mode a try, one of the things you have to set to make your shot is the shutter speed. As one of the elements of the exposure triangle, the shutter speed determines how long the shutter remains open to expose the camera's sensor to light.

It works together with aperture and ISO to create a balanced image. If you This photography cheat sheet will serve as your guide for understanding shutter speed and how to choose the right one for what you're shooting. .

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2019-8-12 19:00

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DPReview TV: What is shutter angle, and why is it better than shutter speed when shooting video?

Have you heard video pros talk about using shutter 'angle' instead of shutter speed? Chris explains what shutter angle is and why it's often more useful than shutter speed for video work. Get new episodes of DPReview TV every week by subscribing to our YouTube channel! Introduction A bit of history 360-degree shutter 180-degree shutter 90-degree shutter Downsides of using shutter speed Why shutter angle is more useful than shutter speed Wrap-up »

2019-06-27 17:00


This is How a Camera’s Shutter Speed Changes Based on Light

Want to see how cameras automatically adjust shutter speed to compensate for changing light conditions? A simple experiment with a ruler can help you visualize it in an interesting and unusual way. Here’s a short GIF that has been going wildly viral online after being shared on the subreddit /r/blackmagicf**kery yesterday. It shows what a […] »

2019-04-15 19:34


How To Get Creative with a Neutral Density Filter

Slowing down your shutter speed so you transform moving subjects into an artistic blur is one of the most exciting ways you can take creative control of your camera’s exposure. Photographers use long exposures to capture truly compelling landscapes, where flowing water is rendered as a smooth and captivating streak, and clouds become poetic smudges. »

2017-09-28 03:00