What does shutter speed do in your camera?
Good question. It decides how long light can enter your camera when you are taking a picture. And that makes all the difference in the world as to how bright or dark your pictures are and whether or not they blur.
So, I have an idea. Let’s talk about different shutter speeds. We’ll talk about when to use a really fast one and why you might use a slower one some times.
The purpose of a photograph is to capture an instant in time for all time.
This Gull will never again land. It is captured in flight ‘til the end of time. So---- typically one wants to crisply capture the moment. However, there are exceptions to the crisply part.
In this picture the water is in motion. If I were to capture it crisply the viewer would not get the feeling of motion. Water should generally give the feeling of fluidity, should it not!?
"Shutter Speed" is 3 pages.