Shutter speed is the exposure time or length for how long light is let into the camera, creating a blurred motion effect or still motion depending on what you set the shutter speed for. The amount of light that reaches the film or image sensor is proportional to the exposure time.
The first picture shown is a still motion picture. The shutter has a high number setting letting the motion be captured without a blurring effect.
|still motion of spinning fan|
Some difficulties I have come across have been light exposure while taking photos and just overall camera knowledge since I haven't really used a digital camera before. I think some successes have been the first still picture with the water. I think the lighting and editing overall of the photo is sharp and well contrasting because of the basic background of the photo.
The Blog Post: The order of the content of the work is not chronological (explanation of the shutter and how it affects the image, digital contact print, description of the digital contact print, final edited images with a description, successes and challenges to the project).
There is no explanation to the digital contact print. The layout and the font size and type is unorganized and varies.
The Images: There are only three images for the final. One more example of frozen motion is needed. The last image when viewed larger does not increase in size to be able to view the details.