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How to Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

How To Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

How To Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

How to Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

How to Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed – In producing a good photograph is not just always about having and using a camera or photographic devices are expensive. Understand the Shutter Speed ??and understand how it impacts on the outcome of your photo is very important.

How To Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

How To Choose Ideal Setting Shutter Speed

What is Shutter Speed?
The easiest way to describe the Shutter Speed ??is the time span or the length of the camera shutter is open. In the era of film photography, shutter can be interpreted as a time frame scenes expose the film or scene being photographed. In the era of digital photography, shutter speed means how long the camera image sensor ‘Seeing’ a scene or scene being photographed.

Different Shutter Speed
Intended use of shutter speed can be varied for different purposes. Shutter Speed ??is measured in seconds (per second), the speed represented by ordinary fractions such as 1/1000 or 1/50. You can see clearly, that the larger the denominator, the greater the speed. average speed is ideal when shooting normally 1/60, and photographed using a lower speed than that without the help of a tripod or brace will be difficult because most likely will result in a blurry photo.

Setting the Shutter Speed ??common in digital cameras usually are 1/500, 1/250, 1/125, 1/60, 1/30, 1/15, 1/8, and so on, even many cameras give you the option of measurement shutter speed in seconds of full (not fragments) as 1 second, 2 seconds, 10 seconds, and so on. Second unit will be very useful in the field of low-light photography or when you are trying to capture the motion of the object.

Many photographers use a shutter speed slower than 1/60 sec and that means all of their photos to be blurry. For the best results in the use of shutter speed slower then my friend should use a tripod so that the camera can be stable and there will be no shock at the time of shooting.

Choose the Ideal Shutter Speed
Having read the above and previous articles about Shutter Speed ??in photography know, now you already know more or less technical details, but the question now is, how do you select the appropriate shutter speed to produce the perfect photo? As an illustration, the shutter speed requirement to wedding photography be very different by photographing sports events.

A very important consideration when choosing the right shutter speed is movement. How much movement you want to record? Do you want to ‘freeze’ a movement to get a clean picture with no blur? then, you need to use a fast shutter speed, it will be able to capture the moment before moving away. Or you want to add nuance blur from the motion of objects? Slow shutter speed can be used to get a photo.

Determine the speed or number on the shutter speed setting will depend on how the “Freeze” or “Blur” who you want in your photo, and of course a little “trial and error” is the right way to master this determination Shutter Speed??.

Note Focal Length
Focal Length of the lens you certainly contributed to the vibration level camera, but the lens has stabilization features, therefore you should at least consider the shutter speed depending on the focal length as well. For a longer focal length, then you will need a faster shutter speed as well. In the condition without the ‘Image Stabilization’, it is recommended to use a denominator greater speed than a long focal length. So for a 200mm lens, the ideal speed will range in 1/250 to avoid shake or blur so that the results can be maximized.

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