April 30, 2015 – What’s Happening?

Learning Targets:

  • I can use my knowledge from tutorials and lessons this week to produce two slow shutter speed images. All photos due tomorrow by the end of class.
  • I can work with my partner and other classmates collaboratively to complete this week’s Photo Challenge.
  • I can complete yesterday’s tutorial and turn it in by Friday.
Tim Broe (51) of Ann Arbor, MI., jumps out in front of other runners at the start of the Men's Open 4k U.S. Cross Country Championships Saturday in Vancouver, Wa. Broe won the race with a time of 11:37.8. Nikon D4, 70-200mm, ISO 200, shutter 1/20th sec., f/11. (Photo by Troy Wayrynen)

Tim Broe (51) of Ann Arbor, MI., jumps out in front of other runners at the start of the Men’s Open 4k U.S. Cross Country Championships Saturday in Vancouver, Wa. Broe won the race with a time of 11:37.8. Nikon D4, 70-200mm, ISO 200, shutter 1/20th sec., f/11. (Photo by Troy Wayrynen)

  • Why did I choose to use ISO 200?
  • Why did I choose to use a shutter speed of 1/20th of a second?
  • Why is my aperture set at f/11?
  • Of the six slow shutter speed techniques, what is this technique called?
  • Why?
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