Shutter Speed

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0.5 sec; f/29; ISO 100                            0.5sec; f/29; ISO 100

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1 sec; f/5.0; ISO 1600                            1/15 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1600

1/60 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1600                       1/100 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1600

1/500 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1600

If I were going to take this  shot manually, I would take it at 1/15 sec; f/5.6; ISO 1600.

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1/320 sec; f/13; ISO 1600                      1/500 sec; f/5.6; ISO 400

1/320 sec; f/13; ISO 1600

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1/120 sec; f/7.1; ISO 100

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1/30 sec; f/20; ISO 100                           1/60 sec; f/20; ISO 100

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32 sec; f/32; ISO 100

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8 sec; f/25; ISO 100                            21 sec; f/22; ISO 100

20 sec; f/36; ISO 100

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8 sec; f/7.1; ISO 100

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1/30 sec; f/5; ISO 6400

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1/30 sec; f/5; ISO 500                           1/30 sec; f/5; ISO 500

1/30 sec; f/5; ISO 500

 

The effect of shutter speed on an image:

Shutter speed can either sharpen or blur an image. A fast shutter speed can take clean, crisp images that really pause time. An example of this would be freezing motion splash pictures. A slow shutter speed can take blurrier pictures that can fade time. An example of this is panning pictures or painting with light. Shutter speed can control the mood of your image because it affects/controls light, sharpness and focal point.

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