Presentation on theme: " Shutter speed is the amount of time the shutter is open while light is coming in. Shutter speed controls whether your picture will be completely blurred,"— Presentation transcript:
Shutter speed is the amount of time the shutter is open while light is coming in. Shutter speed controls whether your picture will be completely blurred, sharp, or a combination on the two.
Panning is moving the camera in a horizontal motion to suggest fast motion. It usually has a subject in action and a blurred background. To achieve the look, your subject needs to move across the plane in front of the camera from one side to the other. It should not be moving toward the camera or on a diagonal. You need to use a long exposure to make sure that the background is blurred. To make sure the subject is sharp, you can use a tripod to keep the camera steady.
Creates streaks that go from the center outwards. To do this, you need a zoom lens, a manually controlled shutter speed, and if there’s too much light you might need to restrict it by using a low ISO setting. Using a slow shutter speed, zoom while pressing the shutter.
Blurred motion is achieved when you use a slow shutter speed on a subject that is moving. Use a tripod so that your camera is still and doesn’t ruin the picture. Use shutter priority mode so that you can have control over the shutter speed.