Understanding Shutter Speed: Creative Action and Low-Light Photography Beyond 1/125 Second

Understanding Shutter Speed Creative Action and Low Light Photography Beyond Second The first book in the Understanding Photography series Understanding Exposure was a runaway best seller with than copies sold Now author Bryan Peterson brings his signature style to another

  • Title: Understanding Shutter Speed: Creative Action and Low-Light Photography Beyond 1/125 Second
  • Author: Bryan Peterson
  • ISBN: 9780817463014
  • Page: 446
  • Format: Paperback
  • The first book in the Understanding Photography series, Understanding Exposure, was a runaway best seller, with than 250,000 copies sold Now author Bryan Peterson brings his signature style to another important photography topic shutter speed With clear, jargon free explanations of terms and techniques, plus compelling before and after photos that pair a mediocreThe first book in the Understanding Photography series, Understanding Exposure, was a runaway best seller, with than 250,000 copies sold Now author Bryan Peterson brings his signature style to another important photography topic shutter speed With clear, jargon free explanations of terms and techniques, plus compelling before and after photos that pair a mediocre image created using the wrong shutter speed with a great image created using the right shutter speed , this is the definitive practical guide to mastering an often confusing subject Topics include freezing and implying motion, panning, zooming, exposure, Bogen Super Clamps, and rendering motion effects with Photoshop, all with helpful guidance for both digital and film formats Great for beginners and serious amateurs, Understanding Shutter Speed is the definitive handy guide to mastering shutter speed for superb results.

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    1. This book is mostly a rehash of material from Understanding Exposure, with images re-used from other books as well. There are just enough new tidbits to make it worth reading, but not enough to make it worth adding to my photography library.

    2. This book has some creative ideas of things you can w/ shutter speed. Most of it won't help with everyday photography (although I had one "ah ha" moment about photographing an active toddler--use "burst" mode on your camera! duh!) Here are some things I'd like to try:1. Set WB to cloudy. I usually leave mine on auto. Will try this today.2. Arial photography. Apparently it's possible from a commercial flight as long as you have a window seat and a clear window. Set shutter speed to 1/500.3. To ca [...]

    3. لطيف. يتناول فكرة تأثير سرعة إغلاق العدسة أثناء التصوير على الصور. أعجبتني كثيرا طريقة تناوله للشرح، حيث قام بتوضيح ما قدمه من خلال قياسات مفهومة و قدم عرضا لصور مختلفة تصور نفس الحدث لكن بإعدادات مختلفة ليسهل على القارئ فهم الاختلاف بينها. مع ذلك، لأني شاهدت فيلما تعليميا ل [...]

    4. Heavily borrows a lot of concepts and illustrations from his other book, "Understanding Exposure", yet goes into extensive detail on this niche of photography. I actually found the chapter on RAW imagery particularly interesting. He speaks of RAW as a kind of anti- neutral density filter; a filter (albeit digital) that by allowing the freedom of underexposing a bit (and making up for this in post-processing), can help you get that shutter speed a stop or two faster. Recommended reading.

    5. If you have a basic understanding of how aperture, shutter speed and ISO play key roles in shooting manual, you'll learn a LOT from this book. Peterson's stuff is great for a crash course in better understanding your camera.

    6. One of the finest writings from Bryan Peterson. I like this book, albeit some of the contents are duplicated in "Exposure Solutions" book which i already completed reading. I recommend this book to all the entry to mid level photographers.

    7. bryan makes it so easy to understand photographic principles. I already own his understanding exposure book and after reading this one I feel even more competent behind the lens. excited to find more from him

    8. Hmmmis book is a good book especially if you are not great with shutter speed. If you are already comfortable and have working knowledge of shutter speed this book might offer a few fun ideas but isn't great for general photography.

    9. again, nothing more as too much emphasize on understanding the basic of photography.rge populations are ignoring the fact that shutter speed, exposure, ISO are the most fun part and fundamental for photographyt your lomo out and learn it.

    10. I like Bryan Peterson's books because he writes in a very straightforward, practical way and provides a wide range of useful information. He doesn't get overly technical just for the sake of being technical.

    11. Most photographers have this in the library and share with beginners. Bryan is excellent teacher so you cannot go wrong with any of his books.

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