Hi There! I’m so glad you have stopped by. Today’s short tidbit of Photo information is about shutter speed. This is how fast or slow the lens of your camera will open and close. I have a great example in my collection of pictures.
When photographing water, a fast shutter speed can catch the individual drops of water coming from the fountain. To the eye this fountain was a smooth stream of water flowing. But, with a fast shutter I can see the individual drops.
While a slower shutter speed will blur the water into one smooth flowing stream. Play around with pictures of water this week and share them next week with us! I didn’t slow the speed great amount, but I think you can see what I’m talking about. A slower speed really is nice if you are photographing a stream or creek flowing.
Remember, the best camera is the one you have with you!
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