SHUTTER SPEEDS: TIME AND MOTION
TIME HAS NO MEANING IN ITSELF UNLESS WE CHOOSE TO GIVE IT SIGNIFICANCE. —LEO BUSCAGLIA
We’ve covered framing (the first element beginning with the camera’s viewfinder, continuing to print borders, and extending into multiple frames) and apertures (which control the intensity of exposure to light and are tied to quality of focus). Now we’ll move into another important element of photographic language affecting exposure as well as visual quality and meaning—shutter speeds.
Since the first ...