Shutter Priority Mode From Digital Photography School
One of the most important settings in photographing an image which emphasizes movement is the shutter speed (as outlined above). Even small changes in shutter speed will have a big impact upon your shot – so you want to shoot in a mode that gives you full control over it.
This means either switching your camera into full Manual Mode or Shutter Priority Mode. Shutter Priority Mode is a mode that allows you to set your shutter speed and where the camera chooses other settings (like Aperture) to ensure the shot is well exposed. It’s a very handy mode to play with as it ensures you get the movement effect that you’re after but also generally well exposed shots.
The other option is to go with Manual mode if you feel more confident in getting the aperture/shutterspeed balance right.
Here are the three cloths for you to look at. We drew the white one together. Now choose either the blue or the black cloth to draw. Use these steps:
1. Draw the image: observe angles, mapping and proportion, sighting.
2. Shade the lightest value all over the form. Remember your value scale: 10 darkest, 5 mid gray, 0 white
3. Block in big shadow shapes: squint your eyes to see them and eliminate detail. Add slow and fast blurs where you see them
4. Observe and draw detail, shadows, cast shadows and background shapes.
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