To help students use this rig quickly and effectively, I created this cheat sheet card. This cards are attached to each of the cameras and help students quickly recall how to change shutter speed, ISO, and aperture to achieve the look they want.
*Note: We no longer use the small audio box but rather the Zoom H5 audio recorder.
Shutter Speed is the choice of deciding how the camera will freeze or blur motion in a picture. A slow shutter speed (1/30 or 1/10) means the shutter will stay open longer, which allows the object to imprint on the sensor in multiple places. A fast shutter speed (1/1000) freezes the object in place at that split second.
Long Exposure Photography is the process of capturing motion and movement by leaving the shutter open on the camera for a long period of time to allow objects to imprint on multiple points on the frame.