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Morning and a Photography Tip on Shutter Speed

I think we’ll have eggs for breakfast…..


 Taken with Canon 6D and Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Lens

Settings: Aperture f/7.1 Shutter Speed: 1/40 ISO 6400

Photography Tip: See the low Shutter Speed of 1/40? The only reason this is not a blurry photo is because I took this photo using a tripod. When taking photos, the best practice is to have your shutter speed equal to AT LEAST the focal length of your lens. This lens is heavy, so normally, I would have kept it at at LEAST 1/100. But if I had been using this lens when shooting my son( moving toddler) I would have had my shutter speed at at least 1/200.  

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Our Project 52 Week 2: Morning
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