- Shutter Priority Experiments in pre-assigned groups
Shutter Priority Experiment: Freezing Water and Action
Objective: Freeze action in focus using fast shutter speeds: 1/600, 1/800, 1/1000, 1/2000, and 1/4000. Make sure you are using Shutter Priority Mode (Tv) on the camera so that it chooses the f-stop & ISO for you in order to obtain a good exposure.
Location: downstairs in G-quad
- You will be assigned into a group of 3. Each group will get either a container or bottle with water. You can also use other props (or your bodies!) to suspend in the air.
- One person per group will photograph at a time. Take about 5 photos using shutter speeds: 1/600, 1/800, 1/1000, 1/2000, and 1/4000. Then trade with a group member. The other group members are either creating the action or assisting you in the photo taking process.
- Have fun and get creative if you can!
- When we come back into the classroom: bring in all your supplies and take turns with your group members to upload your OWN photos onto your OneDrive from the SD card.