Shutter speed workshop

By Rosie Brader

This weeks task was foucused around taking photographs that demonstrated different levels of ISO and shutter speed.

Higher Shutter speed:

This photographs displays a higher shutter speed; when a camera is set to manual we are able to adjust both the shutter speed and aperture settings. In these specific images, the aperture setting was set to F8 continuously. When the shutter speed is set to a higher shutter speed setting it creates more precise and detailed images.

Lower Shutter speed:

These images display a lower shutter speed setting, this means that the camera lens takes longer to take the photograph and moving subjects such as the car in the background becomes blurry. This also applies to when your taking an image of a moving object in general, the subject becomes blurry in the resulting photograph.