- We discussed what Shutter Speed is and how you can use it to make different photos.
- We practiced light painting
- WE MOVED TO MANUAL FOR THE FIRST TIME!!!! Exciting stuff.
- Remember that each camera is different, so if you need support, reach out to people in your group to find out how to change things if you forget or didn't get it the whole way.
- Science - Shutter Speed is the amount of time allowed for light to enter (like an eyelid)
- Art - You can use Shutter Speed to capture low light, fast movement, and many other things.
- Practice with Light Painting
- There are so many things you can do with light painting. Take some time to research this topic online or on YouTube to find more tutorials on different things you can do and how you can set your camera up.
- For what we did in class, your camera was set to a shutter speed of 10 seconds, an aperture of f/10, and an ISO of 100. You can play withe some for different effects, but its a good place to start.
- Post your Light Painting work to your group and give each other critical feedback. Help each other out and reach out to others if you need support. In each team there are people who have done light painting and know Manual camera settings very well.
- You will eventually post shutter speed work to the portfolio, but don't do that quite yet.