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Shutter speed photography

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Photography Tutorial - Learn how to freeze motion in your photos like a pro

There are few things more frustrating than reviewing your photos after a shoot… and finding that most of them turned out blurry.Has that happened to you?You might blame yourself for not having your subject in focus. Or think there’s something wrong with your camera.But likely there is another culprit to blame.When you get unintentional blur in a photo, most times it is because your shutter speed was too slow to freeze motion in your image.Unless of course you're actually trying to allow…

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Long-exposure, time-exposure, or slow-shutter photography involves using a long-duration shutter speed to sharply capture the stationary elements of images while blurring, smearing, or obscuring the moving elements. #long #exposure #photography # comic #portrait #city #photos #pgotography #portraits #ideas #tips #tricks
In photography, long exposure technique is used to achieve a certain effect by using longer shutter speed. But shooting the desired long exposure image is not always achievable. So, why not using Adobe Photoshop to apply the same effect to the captured images to make a desirable long exposure perfect shot! In this video we simply merge lights and create a nice “Long exposure” effect in less than one minute.
In this video, we’re going to learn what is shutter speed and how to use it to control the outcome of your images.  There are three settings that control exposure: Aperture, Shutter Speed and ISO.  Shutter speed is a measure of how long the camera’s shutter stays open. The shutter is a barrier that controls the amount of light that reaches the sensor.  To watch the full video, click here!