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Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

Slow Shutter Speed Photography Tutorial

We will discuss a simple tips on how to take pictures using a low shutter speed without the lens is equipped with Image-Stabilized (IS or VR), these tips are also useful for those of you who have a lens that comes with IS / VR and trying to break through stability limits while holding the camera.

Attach your camera to burst mode, do the framing, position your body properly and then press the shutter button gently. Do not release the shutter until the camera you shoot as much as 3-5 shots. One advantage that we can take in this way is, that when we got home and reviewed the photos, there will be a drawing or a picture that is much sharper than the other, remove photo blur and keep the best photo you think.

If you shoot JPG format, and want to know quickly where the sharpest picture, then you can just look at the size of the image file. Photos with the largest file size is almost always the sharpest picture. This is because of the algorithm itself in saving JPG image detail. The sharper the image, the better the detail, as well as algorithms capable of JPG compression on the image. Higher noise in an image adds a lot of detail, so that images can not be compressed more.

you need to know that this technique is similar to the function of the IS or VR feature which only helps in minimizing the effects of “camera shake”. Photographing moving objects by using the Slow Shutter Speed ??will still produce images with motion blur.

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