This photography podcast talks about using shutter speed in photography for creative effects. When you want to photograph something that is moving, you the photographer should decide on the shutter speed. Don’t let the camera decide for you.
The digital photographs below were taken at Red Rock Crossing in Sedona Arizona (ya gotta go — it’s amazing!). You can see that‚the long shutter speed (1 second) has a blurring paintery effect in the water, where the fast shutter speed (1/500)‚practically freezes the water. You can click the photos to enlarge them.
Links mentioned in this photography podcast:
– Nice comment from Andre from Brazil
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Shutter speed‚ — 1/500 of a second
Shutter speed — 1/30 of a second
Shutter speed — 1 second