1. Shutter speed The shutter speed is the amount of time thatthe shutter is open or is the length of time thatthe image sensor sees the scene. The shutter speed is measured in seconds.
2. Fast shutter speed Is used to freeze a movement. We can see the drops of water freeze. 3. Slow shutter speed Is used to make a movement blur. We can observe a foot blur, when someone is running. 4. ISO ISO is the International Organization forStandardization. Its the cameras sensitivity. There are high ISO and low ISO. 5. High ISOWith a high ISO, 1600 in our case, the photo less illuminatedbecause of the sensitivity of the camera. The photo is less clear. 6. Low ISOWith a lower ISO, 100 in our case, the photo is more illuminatedbecause of the sensitivity of the camera. The photo is more clear. 7. Aperture The aperture is the size of the opening in thelens when a picture is taken. There are large and small aperture. 8. Large apertureWhen we use a large aperture more light gets in and thebackground gets blur. On the other hand, the foreground is focus. 9. Small apertureWe have used a small aperture to focus all the things of thepicture.