Keep your camera on the tripod and take THE SAME photo at 1/3 of a second, 1/10th of a second, 1/30th of a second, 1/60th of a second, 1/250th of a second, and 1/500th of a second.
When you return to the classroom, put your photographs on the Shutter speed 6 photo template and answer the following questions:
1. Explanation of how you changed the camera setting to Shutter Speed
2. Explanation of what happens to the photograph when the shutter speed changes
3. Explanation of why you might want to have Shutter speed as a priority- what situations you would want to use Shutter Priority
Put the finished project in the shared Shutter Speed 2.0 folder, merge layers and save as a jpeg.
Graded on the following:
1. Six photo template fully filled out with the accurate shutter speed and aperture (5 points)
2. Saved as lastname.firstname.shutterspeed2.0 in the Shutter Speed 2.0 folder, layers merged, jpeg file (5 points)
3. Photographer did a creative solution to the problem- clearly illustrating the concept of shutter speed (5 points)
4. Answer to questions done with full sentences and accurate answers (5 points)
Total: 20 points