Join Megan Andersen for an in-depth discussion in this video Using shutter priority and aperture priority, part of The Art of Craft Photography.
Understanding the theory behind aperture, shutter speed and ISO is one thing, using …them in a practical application can be quiet another. …Fortunately, most digital SLRs have two modes that can really help you out if you …want to get off of automatic mode and try some new settings out, and those are the …aperture and shutter priority mode. What's great about these two things is …that they only, or these two modes, is they only control one thing. …So, right now, I'm on shutter priority mode. …It's TV here. It might be S on some cameras.…
And all that it affects, is the shutter speed. …The camera's going to take into, into account all the aperture that you need, …to get a perfect exposure, so you can really get creative with motion. …TV or, or S on some cameras. This shutter priority, it's such a …helpful mode if you want to show, something very blurred like it's moving very …quickly or freeze something perfectly still. …Shutter priority is, it's like the training wheels. …Taking off the training wheels, and getting to experiment with motion.…
- Getting familiar with the camera
- Basic composition and staging tips
- Making and buying helpful tools
- Image editing with Photoshop
- Compressing images
- Using the cloud for image storage
- Tagging images for search engine optimization
- Uploading images for blogging, selling, and printing
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Familiar with the Camera
2. Basic Composition and Staging Tips
3. Equipment List: Making and Buying Helpful Tools
4. Image Editing with Photoshop
5. Compressing and Uploading
Compressing images8m 19s
6. Uploading Images for Blogging, Selling, and Printing
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