Monday, July 2, 2012

Aperture & Shutter Speed ... ❤

Howdy guys ... :)
Basically i've explored enough for my new baby - SAMSUNG WB150F !
But i'm not going to do review or comment about it now or here in this post ...














But in this post ... I wanna share some useful information ! 
I bet every camera do have aperture and shutter speed right ?' Some we can choose the value of it ... Some not , the camera decide or there are fix one ! Unalterable ! 
And do you know what are they ?' What they are for ?' 
For my new baby , we can choose the value of it so i have find out and learn how to use them lurand share with you guys lur ... :) 
A-S-M stands for Aperture Shutter Manual ... 
The picture above taken by iPad so i edited it so you guys can see what is the mode it on ... 
Edited by 美图秀秀 ... 
Yea ... Camera is now on A-S-M mode ! 
Aperture Priority ... Shutter Priority ... Manual ...

Okay ... 
What is APERTURE ?' 
Aperture is a hole which light travel ... And determine the angle of light which come to focus on the image ... Blah Blah Blah ~ I think the first sentence is enough as we are not studying PHYSICS ... >.< Over all , the hole which determine light exposure to your photos ! Chak Chak ... This is the summary after i've read the wikipedia ! :D


1. Large Aperture 2. Small aperture 
But what value is for large aperture and what value is for small aperture ?'
Here show the value for large and small aperture ... 
This is taken by my new baby - SAMSUNG WB150F 
Aperture - F7.2 Shutter Speed - 1S ( not so sure about the shutter speed as it adjust itself to suit the aperture as i select APERTURE PRIORITY mode ... But 100 % sure about the Aperture value ... :) )
With large aperture , it gave you a darker image ... 
Taken by new baby also ... 
Aperture - F3.2 Shutter speed - 1S 
This aperture value ( small aperture ) gave you a bright image compare with large aperture ... 
Both will gave you a clear image ... (without flash)
Typically, a fast shutter speed will require a larger aperture to ensure sufficient light exposure, and a slow shutter speed will require a smaller aperture to avoid excessive exposure.
Okay ... When will you need a high shutter speed and when will you need a low shutter speed ?' 
We will get into that ... Don't worry ! 

Shutter Speed ... 
I bet everyone have a little bit idea about this one right ... 
Is like the speed of the shutter on the lens goes ... Right ?' 
Shutter priority with longer exposures is chosen to create an impression of motion. For example, a waterfall will appear blurred and fuzzy. If the camera is panned with a moving subject, the background will appear blurred. When photographing sports or high-speed phenomena, shutter priority with short exposures can ensure that the motion is effectively frozen in the resulting image.
I got some photos to share here ... :) #informative enough 
 If i didn't misunderstood , this pic meant that if we set the shutter speed around 1/1000 then we can capture a speed-running runner which freeze in the photo ... Something like ... 
So to capture a moving thing you need a high shutter speed ... 
I wondering ... '1/200' bigger or '1/15' bigger ... :S 
I think '1/15' bigger right ?' Never mind ... Just make sure you choose 1 over a larger number to capture a moving thing ... :) 
Another two picture ... :) So now you know how to choose your aperture value and shutter speed value right ?' 
 This is taken by my baby ... 
Aperture - F7.2 (automatically set) Shutter Speed - 8S (I set it)
It took so long to capture while in the shutter speed ... Have to hold long toward the subject ... 
And a blur image produced ! 
Aperture -  F3.2 (automatically set) Shutter Speed - 1/45S (i set it)
A darker photo produced ! 
This is not a stationary plastic bag ... I turn on the max speed from the fan and face it ! 
I actually wanna try 1/1000 above but the point is ... The screen became so freaking dark ... like literally BLACK ! So this is the moment when you need to select MANUAL and set the aperture and shutter speed value you want ... :)


I think this is all ... 
HaHa :D Actually i went to play badminton with my babe ... :) Now my hand is like trembling ! 
I DONT WANT TO GO COLLEGE TOMORROW ... :*( 
Stay tuned for my new baby - SAMSUNG WB150F 's review or my comment about it ... :) 





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