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Shutter Priority - A Comparison

One of the modes that we can experiment with and control in a DSLR is Shutter Priority, commonly abbreviated as Tv on a Canon. As this setting allows us to control the length of time for which the shutter remains open, allowing more light to be collected by the sensor. 37 more words

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Using Program Mode to set your ISO

First off, what is ISO?

An acronym for International Organization for Standardization, ISO is a group that sets all sorts of standards for science and industry. 1,243 more words

Digital Photography

Speedy Carousel

I’m rounding up my Brighton Pier amusement park series with the carousel down on the beachfront. I set the camera on shutter priority with a 1/50s shutter speed, so that I could capture it’s movement. 22 more words

Photography

Pentax Z-20 35mm auto-focus slr review

This is a review of one of the best specified models in the Pentax Z series of auto-focus 35mm film cameras – the Z-20. This is one of the not so well know models in the Pentax range, but one that I think is a bit of a star once you get to know it. 2,151 more words

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Shutter Speed For Dummies

I was taking pictures of some dummies yesterday and it was the perfect time to use Shutter Priority on my camera.  Some of these dummies were moving really fast so I needed to use a fast shutter speed.   67 more words

Get Off Auto

Which camera modes I use and when.

Most of the time, I leave my camera in Aperture Priority, switch to Manual mode when doing more serious stuff and Shutter priority some of the time. 669 more words

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