How To: Use shutter speed to make your video look better

Use shutter speed to make your video look better

Israel Hyman is a weekend videographer headquartered in Mesa, Arizona. In this video, he demonstrates how to use "Shutter Speed" to make your digital video look better. A rule of thumb is: Set the shutter speed at a rate of 1/60 of a second for normal shooting.

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Slow shutter speeds also allow you to shoot in lower lighting situations.

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