I’ve always thought keeping things as simple as possible is always best. It seems that so many things today are portrayed as being overly complicated and I’ve never understood that way of thinking which is why I always explain things on a basic level especially when it comes to spreading the Good News of photography. It’s my belief that once the fundamentals of a thing are fully understood it will cease to be an issue of confusion.
In this video, I take on the somewhat overly cloudy subject of shutter speed using nothing but a quarter and the Gumpian mentality of simple is as simple does. If you are struggling with understanding shutter speed, take ten minutes and watch this video. I think it will truly help you.
Photomaker, author, adventurer, educator, and self-professed bacon addict. You can usually find me on some distant trail making photographs or at my computer writing about all the elegant madness that is photography. Pick up a copy of my new photo book of wild pony portraits, Faces of Grayson.