In photography, shutter speed or exposure is the length of time when the sensor inside the camera is exposed to light, also when a camera’s shutter is open when taking a photo. The amount of light that reaches the sensor is the same to the exposure time.

Picture1This image has been taken with the shutter speed set on slow, this has given the photo movement because there has been more light been allowed in to the sensor. This does how ever give the image a blurry look but thats what expected when using slow shutter speed. These settings can be great to capture artistic images with colour and light for example, sparklers on bomb fire night.

Picture3This image has been taken on a median shutter speed, this has given the photo a little movement, some people would say blurry, but at the same time it is clear and because It has been on median its looks half and half. As the first image is a very fast moving photo this on looks lower because of that median shutter speed.

Picture2This image has been taken on a fast shutter speed meaning that the object has been frozen and there is no moment in the photo, its a still. Depending on the quality of your camera there should be no blur to the image and it should be a crisp clear photo. These sort of settings are great for sport images or something were you want total focus on your subject and no movement in the image.


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These images show a range of shutter speeds slow and fast, by changing the setting on my DSLR camera (shutter speed) i can achieve this movement in the images either maximum movement or a frozen image.