- I can adjust the shutter control of a DSLR camera and make four photographs using four different shutter speeds.
- I can post my pictures to my visual journal and reflect on what I see happening with different shutters speed setting and what I learned.
- Set the camera mode dial to Tv (shutter priority)
- Go to a relatively bright location with a neutral background (like a brick wall).
- Set your Aperture to f/5.6
- Adjust the camera ISO to get a proper exposure. Remember to watch the camera meter.
- Take four pictures at four different shutter speeds (1/15th sec., 1/60th, 1/125th and 1/500th sec.) of your partner running or walking past you (see illustration above).
- Import your pictures using Adobe Lightroom to a new folder named Exposure Triangle Shutter Speed on your computer F drive. Add your pictures to your visual journal. Describe what you see. Which shutter speed is best at stopping movement?