Photo Shoot with Motion-Slow and Fast Shutter Speeds

This week’s photo shoot is all about using fast and slow shutter speeds to get drastically different effects. Slow shutter speeds allow the shutter to be open for a longer period of time so the subject in motion will appear blurry with a contrasting background that is crisp and clearly stands out.

 

Slow Shutter Speed: 1/1000

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Homemade applesauce is processing as apples cook on the stove at home.

 

The fast shutter speeds allow the shutter to only be open for a very quick amount of time so the subject in motion will be very crisp in action. These actions can range from falling droplets of water caught in the rain to people running and jumping mid-air.

 

Fast Shutter Speed: 1/100

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Alexandria jumps on her bed in excitement for the upcoming weekend in Oshkosh, WI.

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