Photography Tips - Shutter Speed
Shutter speed photography tips and tutorials for beginner photographers and intermediate photographers. How to use high shutter speeds to freeze motion or slow…
What are stops in photography exposure?
Stops in photography are a way to adjust exposure for shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings. Exposure can be referred to as a stop over for an overexposed photo or a stop under for an under exposed photo. Stops in photography aren't always full stops. They can also be measured in third stops and half stops. Discover how it works and get a great shutter speed cheat sheet that lists the stops to make adjusting exposure with shutter speed easy to understand.
How to get great photos in bright sunlight
Photographing portraits in bright sunlight can be tricky, but it can also give you great photos. You just need to know how to make the most of it. Don't cut down on your portrait shooting time by not photographing on bright sunny days! Discover how to photograph your family with natural light on sunny days. Portrait photography tips with natural light for long summer days.
When, why and how to use exposure bracketing?
Exposure bracketing is a lifesaver for natural light photographers when the light is difficult. If you need to get the shot in difficult light or scenes with glare and you don't have time to get it wrong, use exposure bracketing with different shutter speeds. Exposure bracketing is especially useful for backlight, photographing at the beach and photographing in snow, but can be used any time. My exposure bracketing tutorial will help you get the right shutter speed
Freezing motion in photos with a fast shutter speed
Using a fast shutter speed to freeze motion means that the shutter is open for a very short time. How fast you set it depends on how fast the subject is moving. Different activities need different shutter speeds for freezing motion. But that's not all. Other camera settings to consider for freezing motion and ensuring a sharp image include aperture, focus and focal length. Discover the high shutter speeds needed to freeze motion in portrait photography for different subjects. via @thelenslounge
Auto ISO – pros, cons and how to use it
Auto ISO is great if you want a little help with setting the exposure, especially if there's a lot going on. BUT Auto ISO isn't perfect. If you want to use Auto ISO, you need to know the pros, cons and how to use it for the best exposure results. So I wrote this tutorial to help you get well exposed photos and a little help with setting exposure. Perfect for beginner photographers, as well as intermediate photographers. Click through to discover how to make setting exposure a little easier.
Aperture priority vs shutter priority – which is better?
Discover the difference between aperture priority and shutter priority, and when to use each shooting mode. Both are good, but suit different photography scenarios. Discover the advantages of using shutter priority. If you're not comfortable in manual mode and know you can do better than program or auto mode, click to learn how to use aperture priority and shutter priority mode instead. #photography #aperture #shutterspeed
Camera basics – why you need to know it inside out
Learn shutter speed camera settings. Then move onto learning photography basics - what goes into making a good photograph. Understand shutter speed fully to avoid failure in high pressured situations so that you can photograph instinctively. Here's a list of everything you need to know including the right shutter speed to capture any moment well and with a bit of flair. These photography tips make the difference between beginner and intermediate
Nail your autofocus, get the shot
Focus is one of the first challenges for beginner photographers. Getting sharp focus is not as obvious as you think. A blurry photo might be a shutter speed problem. Take charge of your camera's autofocus to avoid out of focus photos learn how to use your camera's autofocus properly for the best possible chance at sharp photos. Click to find out about the focus and shutter speed decisions you need to make for sharp focus and what camera settings you need to know. #photography
The ultimate sharp focus guide for photos you can be proud of
I have a solution to blurry photos. Discover how to take sharp photos with our ultimate guide to sharp photos. Although focus and shutter speed are often to blame, there are 4 reasons, besides focus and shutter speed, for your photos not being sharp. Learn to fix these mistakes and move on to sharp photos! #photograpy #focus #sharpphotos #shutterspeed
Overexposure and underexposure tips
Using shutter speed for overexposure or underexposure is a choice. Getting exposure right in camera means different things to different photographers. If you've heard of exposing to the right (ETTR) or exposing to the left (ETTL), here's how both overexposure and underexposure work as exposure choices. Get exposure and shutter speed help - how, why and when to do it - so you can decide if overexposure, underexposure or technically accurate exposure is for you #photography
Sharp photos are not just about sharp focus
Frustrated that your photos aren't sharp? You're not alone and it's not unusual. Beginner photographers often think that the camera isn't focusing properly if their photos aren't sharp, but it might not be a focus problem. There's a lot more to sharp photos than just focus. The good news is that it's easily fixed...as long as you know how and what you need to do for sharp photos. Click through to find out how to take sharp photos and stop feeling frustrated with your photos! #photography
3 creative shutter speed tips that will blow your mind
Shutter speed can be used creatively, not just to capture a sharp, correctly exposed photo. Discover how to use the exposure properties of fast and slow shutter speed in interesting ways. These 3 shutter speed techniques for capturing movement will blow your mind and open your creativity! #photography #shutterspeed #exposure
Exposure control for each shooting mode – understanding exposure part 4
You don't have to be in manual mode to control shutter speed and exposure. Learn to control shutter speed and get creative in any mode, whatever level you're at - beginner to advanced. Learn about the shooting modes and how each one works for exposure control. Find out how the exposure meter works and its weak points. What can confuse your camera, so you know when to step in and what to do with shutter speed. Don't let lack of camera knowledge limit your creativity! #photography #exposure
Exposure Triangle – what is it and how does it work?
Shutter speed and the exposure triangle, explained for beginner photographers. New to photography and trying to understand how not to overexpose or underexpose photos? Start with learning how the exposure triangle works. Aperture, shutter speed and ISO are the three elements that make up the exposure triangle. They each have different roles in exposure, and shutter speed can be used creatively as well. Click to find an easy break down of shutter speed and the exposure triangle.