Not being a native English speaker, I often wonder where the term shutter speed comes from.
In German, we say "Belichtungszeit" which would translate to exposure time - which is rather logical and found in the EXIF data.
But where does the rather misleading "shutter speed" come...
I am trying to do a study with "playing with light"
I am having trouble with the shutter speed (i am a n00b)
But i seem to be getting it right.
shutter 5 sec-10sec
any tips for me here?
here is my best so far, granted I have only started to explore this today
Shooting Sony A6300
This coming Sunday I'm going to be going out with some friends to photograph a site that has literally thousands of daffodils then will be going to a site that has the same amount of Trilliums blooming here in Ontario Canada. I want to get the best shots possible with my Fujifilm Finepix S5200...
I posted a few days ago about images from a recent shoot being overexposed and when I looked at the EXIF data I realized that my shutter speed was set to 1/125 for all of my photos despite my using various apertures throughout the shoot. The shoot began in early evening (bright) sun and ended...
So I bought a Canon A1 the other day with a 50mm lense and shot my first few rolls of film at a party and in the city at night. What I find strange my light meter and the exposures that its giving me. So I shot at ISO400 at the party which was indoors with decent lighting, and it...
Okay guys I need help. Usually i can find the answers to stuff like this on elgooG but not this time. I was out taking some astro photos this weekend and couldn't get anything with a set shutter speed. Settings were 18mm/f3.5 iso 3200-6400, 5-25"
I wasn't getting any light (black foreground...