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Digital Cameras Fast Shutter Speed


digital cameras fast shutter speed
    digital cameras
  • A camera that records and stores digital images
  • (digital camera) a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
  • (Digital camera) A type of camera that stores the photographed image electronically, rather than on film. The images are downloaded into a computer where they can be manipulated in a manner similar to a scanner.
  • (Digital Camera) A camera which delivers active video and timing information as discrete data.
    shutter speed
  • In photography, shutter speed is a common term used to discuss exposure time, the effective length of time a camera's shutter is open.
  • The time in which the image sensor or CCD is exposed during the exposure.
  • The camera's shutter speed is a measurement of how long its shutter remains open as the picture is taken. The slower the shutter speed, the longer the exposure time. When the shutter speed is set to 1/125 or simply 125, this means that the shutter will be open for exactly 1/125th of one second.
  • The time for which a shutter is open at a given setting
    fast
  • abstain from certain foods, as for religious or medical reasons; "Catholics sometimes fast during Lent"
  • Abstain from all or some kinds of food or drink, esp. as a religious observance
  • abstaining from food
  • acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly; "fast film"; "on the fast track in school"; "set a fast pace"; "a fast car"

The "Fast" Break
The "Fast" Break
This is a photo of the JV basketball game of SCIS against SSIS. SSIS won the game 41-19. Our JV boys kept up with the team pretty well for the first half, with only a couple of points behind. Then when the second half came along, SSIS started to pull away and this photo is in my mind, the perfect representation of the game. The SSIS player was always one step ahead, although both players were traveling at a very fast speed (VELOCITY), the SSIS players always had an edge. They had the control, and the momentum. This photo was the outcome of much experimenting with the Aperture and Shutter Speed since this was taken in the gym which has a deadly lighting situation. I wanted to try this new technique we were trying to master during the Lab, the Panning photo. As you can see it actually worked quite well since the face of the SSIS player is very clear, because I moved the camera with his upper body, while his lower body was moving around, creating the effect that he was traveling at a very fast rate. Since I had a pretty slow shutter speed of 1/30th of a second, I needed to decrease the size of the Aperture because otherwise the picture would be overexposed, so I set it to an f/14. It all worked out well for a beautiful photo. Man, I love Basketball!
Milk "made"
Milk "made"
The word for this week is "Velocity". Velocity means the speed of something in a particular direction. I decided to take a picture of milk filling up a pitcher. I asked my mom to empty a bottle of milk into the pitcher. At first, I experienced problems adjusting the aperture and the shutter speed. I needed a fast shutter speed which meant that the amount of light which the sensor would absorb would be less. So, I brought in a lamp to adjust the amount of light. After repeating the process of filling and emptying up the pitcher, I finally got a photograph that I liked and thought that represented "Velocity" really well. I, then, used Light room to change the exposure of the photo and add the black. There is a contrast between the white milk and the black at the edges. The milk creates motion blur. The light in the picture is artificial light. The shapes in the photo are organic (the milk and the pitcher). I used direct approach and placed the camera at eye level. I took a close up of the pitcher. The pitcher and the milk which is filling up the jug is in focus. The jug is the foreground whereas the white wall is the background. The subject of the photograph is the pitcher. ISO - 1600 Aperture - f/7.1 Shutter Speed - 1/200 sec

digital cameras fast shutter speed
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