long ex­po­sures

Photo Plus - - 50 Canon Tips -

us­ing a slow shut­ter speed to cre­ate a long ex­po­sure en­ables you to record some­thing that the eye can’t nor­mally see, ren­der­ing move­ment as a blur to add an artis­tic qual­ity to your shots – such as clouds mov­ing in the sky. Bulb mode puts the con­trol of the ex­po­sure time in your hands, en­abling you to set ex­po­sures longer than 30 secs. Some EOS cam­eras have a ded­i­cated Bulb op­tion (B). If yours doesn’t, se­lect Man­ual mode (M) and scroll through the shut­ter speeds un­til ‘bulb’ ap­pears.



Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.