Differences between Fast and slow shutter-speed. When you can learn how to set your camera to use this setting for the best of your photography, you can really advance your image and have no problems capturing what you want to. :)
Aperture and f-number "An important thing to grasp is that these f-numbers are spaced one "f-stop" apart. By moving one f-stop you either double or halve the amount of light the aperture admits, meaning you need to either halve or double the shutter speed to keep a constant exposure."
This image is a wonderful example of a fast shutter speed. The amount of time that the shutter stays open is often referred to as the shutter speed. Faster shutter speeds are typically used when trying to catch objects in motion.
How important is exposure in photography? What are the components of exposure? What is the “Exposure Triangle”? These are the questions I will attempt to answer in this introductory post about ISO, Aperture and Shutter Speed – the components of achieving a properly exposed photo. Understanding the purpose and value of exposure is a must …