May 15, 2008

Shutter speed experiment

One of the first settings I have decided to try out is shutter speeds. And as I will show you on these two pictures, shutter speed can really make a difference in the picture. A high speed setting in this example really freezes the water, and you see the drops. The downside to this is that you have to adjust ISO settings, or pay the price of a dark picture. As I was not fully aware of this while shooting in shutter speed mode with the camera, the example I have is a bit dark. On the other hand, the slow speed shot is well lit, and the water movement is captured in a good way.

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