Today I did do my lesson on shutter speeds. Slower shutter speed, gives you the feel of motion and faster shutter speed, freezes motion.
This picture is a medium shutter speed. It has less blur, but you can still see the motion like the ears flapping back and tail. I like this picture.It was taken on Shutter priority mode, with shutter speed of 1/60 and ISO of 800.
This one also has medium shutter speed, I was taken on shutter priority mode, 1/250 with 800 ISO. Chipper or bitty kitty as he is called, is playing with a dangle toy. He is clear and his coloring pretty, but his paws and toy blurry, showing motion.
What I did learn is a faster shutter speed, lets in less light, So on the next example, if you look closely, his motion is frozen as I shot it at a shutter speed of 1000, but dark because of the faster shutter speed.However, I can fix it some in Adobe Lightroom, but that defeats the purpose of taking a camera course now doesn't it!
On a last note, my new blog background and header was designed using a freebie from Designer Nicole Young. You can find her stuff here.