Photography Tutorial: Understand Shutter Speed Easily Peasily!

by Staff June 3, 2016 at 8:04 am

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  1. it might be a dumb question, but, if you are going to set your shutter speed longer, do you always need to put filter? or its just a case to case basis? thank you so much for a very informative video.

  2. im a new subscriber and i really love this channel. He explains everything so perfect and in a way that everyone will get it. I have a Sony a6000 and thanks to u im improving my shooting skills. thanks

  3. Can you help me understand the shutter speed for the calm water? Your shutter speed says 1/2 second, but my camera only has 1/4, 1/6 etc. Anything below 1/4, then it says "3, "4….I'm not sure what that means or how to set it to 1/2 of a second. It's a Canon t5i. Thanks!

  4. You don't have to shoot in low light to blur water.You can attach a neutral density filter to the front of your lens or even a few of them to allow long shutter speeds.The image quality will depend on the quality of the filters.If you can afford the best, then buy them.

  5. not as easy as its sounds. The only way to get that silky effect using a slow shutter speed is to put your camera on a tripod and on a self timer. Even touching the button to take the picture will blur everything up. 

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