This week is always the most popular challenge as our students play around with fast and slow shutter speeds to see the different ways it affects their photos.
Shutter speed is one of the three elements of exposure and as well as giving us the control to freeze or capture the movement in a scene or subject, we can also use it to deliberately create artistic effects related to motion.
So our students went out armed with the knowledge they needed to shoot in full manual mode and create some really fun effects on purpose! You could never create these images using your DSLR in auto mode. Check em out!
Wendy Harris Harbison
If you’re interested in learning how to take control of your camera and create more creative photos, here’s some articles we wrote earlier…