Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Shutter speed

Today's digital capture gives the photographers much more flexible control with their tools. In particular, the state of the art digital camera, especially the Japanese major DSLR offerings, capable of allowing photographer use higher ISO setting to make use of available light, or more dramatic control of mixing lights, that otherwise very difficult for those days shooting with film.
This one, shot for AinoSofia, with Canon 1Ds III with EF 85/1.2L. The capability of more flexible ISO value setting provides more control on the aperture and shutter speed need to capture the image envisioned. This one, with the shutter speed just enough to freeze the main subject while leaving trails of motions on clothing, and the depth of field needed for the ambient space.

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