Unit 1- Shutter Speed

The Shutter Speed controls the amount of light that is exposed to the sensor. this means that with a fast shutter speed you will get a crystal clear image and with a slow one you get a motion blur.

 

1/8 second shutter speed

This is a slow shutter speed, meaning the sensor is more exposed to light and the will have motion blur.

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1/30 second shutter speed

This is a slow medium shutter speed, meaning that the sensor will be exposed to a lot of light but not as much as a slow shutter speed, meaning that there wont be as much of a motion blur.

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1/60 second shutter speed

This is a medium fast shutter speed, which means the sensor is exposed to less light, meaning the image is darker and clearer.

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1/250 second shutter speed

 

This is a fast shutter speed, meaning the sensor is exposed to minimal light, which makes the picture dark and crystal clear. I didn’t manage to take a good enough photo to give an example for this one.

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