Frankie Dettori and Shutter Speed
(C, pink cap) win The Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York racecourse
Use a tripod for photographing water using slow shutter speeds
and use a beanbag instead when photographing dippers and other river wildlife.
In this paper, under a dim light condition, test images were taken with above the safe shutter speed
in order to avoid an image blur.
Landscapes: Motion and blur: With cars, trains and trams on the move at night, you can get some great blur effects by hand-holding your camera set to a slow shutter speed
(3 to 5 seconds).
That is why we have variable shutter speeds
available on our cameras.
Finally, the shutter speed
has to be high enough to preserve the detail during the motion.
I found the 160-second shutter speed
most useful for planetary imaging with my telescopes.
The N90's appeal to the pro has to do with the new SB25 speedlight that makes possible shutter speeds
up to 1/4000th of a second, one notch below the maximum of 1,8000th.
That was a messy race, Shutter Speed
having to overcome a wide draw and never really getting into it, finishing a length and a half back in fourth.
Also, the much improved image quality at higher ISO settings in modern cameras means it is better to increase the ISO rating in order to maintain a fast shutter speed
than try a longer exposure with image stabilisation switched on.
Hold a white sheet of paper so that whatever light you're measuring falls directly on it, and measure the shutter speed
reading that the camera gives you (without a flash) for a good picture from about a foot away.
SPEED: A big rig on the A19 heading north, below, while other traffic travels south captured with a slow shutter speed
, by Will Balm