Shutter Speeds. Begin to Learn “TV or S” mode also known as Shutter Priority.
By using very short or very long shutter speeds, you can introduce some interesting creative effects into your shots.
Long exposure photography is where you open the shutter for much longer than normal – anything from a few seconds to several minutes. This is perfect for creating blurred crowd shots, giving moving water a fog-like appearance, and capturing trails of light from things like cars and stars.
During this workshop we explore the ways to add motion to your photographs.