Lately I’ve been interested in photography, which works well with our travels because I get to take pictures all over the country and be creative with lighting, angles, and exposure.
- Low shutter speed will blur movement if you have it on a higher setting, and the opposite effect for a lower setting.
- If you have too much light behind the person or thing, it will make a silhouette.
- If you are taking a picture with a low shutter speed, it’s best to use a tripod, because the camera will catch any slight movement.
- If you take pictures in the afternoon, or any other bright time of day with a low shutter speed, the picture will turn out white because it lets way too much light in.
Here is a video I watched afterward about what he’s done with his photography.
I love how he turns Impossible into I’m possible.
Here are some photos I’ve taken with my Canon SLR Rebel