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Understanding Shutter Speed – Photography Basics

Shutter Speed is one of the three pillars of photography, the other two being Aperture and ISO. Shutter speed is responsible for two particular things: changing the brightness of your photo, and creating dramatic effects by either freezing action or … Continue reading

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Shooting Hand-held at Slow Shutter Speeds with a Non-EVF Camera

We’ve all faced situations when we had to shoot hand-held in quite poor lighting conditions using slow shutter speeds, in order to capture a photograph. This challenge is further complicated when using a non-EVF camera since we loose our third … Continue reading

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Photographing Birds Using Slower Shutter Speeds

Making a change to one’s camera kit is always a good reason to go out to get some practice using it outside and indoors. I went out to Bird Kingdom in Niagara Falls Ontario a few days ago with my Nikon … Continue reading

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Bingo Shutter Cards

Most players would agree that bingo is one of the best and most entertaining games to play. Not only is it fun, it is also a good way to keep players mentally alert and to exercise eye and hand coordination. … Continue reading

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Shutter Suppliers and Choosing a Good One

Copyright (c) 2010 Nadine Davis The Beginning: You have decided to utilize shutters as part of your home renovation, but are not sure what type and style to choose. Researching and choosing the right shutter supplier can make this process … Continue reading

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