Trade-offs with shutter adjustment DSLR Filmmaking


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Trade-offs with shutter adjustment

Chad Perkins: Shutter speed is another way to adjust exposure but I almost never fiddle with it. I usually keep it set at 1/50th of a second, because I usually shoot 24 frames per second. Sometimes if I shoot 30 frames per second I'll go up to 1/60th, and if I'm going to do slow motion, 60 frames per second, I would do 1/120th of a second, but these cameras typically only go to 1/125th of a second, so I leave it set there. And the reason why I don't adjust the shutter speed that much is because of how it affects the motion blur.

Brian Liepe: Right, so motion blur is the streaking or smearing of quickly moving objects in a photograph or video. It's a totally natural thing and it smooths motion from frame to frame and even though it may not be obvious, our vision contains some motion blur. Chad Perkins: So shutter speed affects motion blur and exposure. For example, if I were to speed up the shutter speed then that's going to make the action crisp because it...

Trade-offs with shutter adjustment
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Trade-offs with shutter adjustment provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Up and Running with DSLR Filmmaking

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