-To change the camera to Shutter Speed you turn the dial to "S" and turn the nob until you have the shutter speed that you're searching for.
-As I took the pictures, I noticed that in the lens, the smaller shutter speed meant the lens closed slower making the picture more blurry. On the last picture when the shutter speed was 1/3, the picture barely made up any solid figures and was extremely blurry.
-Use fast shutter speeds when you want to make an image freeze in the air.
Shutter Speed Notes
-Shutter speeds are both technical and aesthetic choice that a photographer needs to make before releasing the shutter
-Shutter inside the camera controls the duration of the time the sensor is exposed to light.
-Capturing blur and motion in photographs can emphasize movement and add drama
-Fast shutter speed is often utilized to freeze the movement of a subject
-Slow shutter speeds can be used to show motion and visualize movement
-shutter speeds are expressed as seconds or fractions of a second
-As a general rule to prevent camera shake, you should avoid handholding your camera at a shutter speed slower than 1/2xFocalLength
-Using a tripod can help eliminate camera shake when using slower shutter speeds
-visual blur and suggestion of movement occurs because the subject is moving against a static background
- Layering motion of different subjects moving different directions at different speeds can set up interesting dynamics within a photograph
-Fast shutter speeds can make normal subjects appear to freeze in the air.
-When photographing people running, close to the camera 1/1000 second or faster should freeze most motion
-The distance of subject is from the camera, the speed of subject and the focal length of the kens will affect whether subject is sharp or blurred
-Slower shutter speeds can convey motion and movement
- Slow shutter speeds combined with panning can help isolate the subject from a busy and distracting background
-A tripod combined with a long exposure can capture fireworks
-Water movements can be emphasized with long exposures.