If you’re new to the world of 3D photography then you’ve probably heard of “3D Photo Crystal.” “Crystal” is a combination of two words – with “crystal” meaning a translucent stone and with “photo” meaning to record on film. While these words may sound related, they really are not – and photo crystals aren’t really any different than any other type of photo for that matter.
A lot of the photos you see are captured at one of two shutter speeds: 1/1000 or at 1/2020 of a second. In these types of photos, the light falls onto a film, which is exposed in a controlled fashion. However, the shadows are often also captured at the same time that the highlights are captured – leading to “what appears to be three layers of the film”.
The shutter speed at which your photo crystal will be exposed does not affect the overall quality of the photo. It doesn’t even matter if the shutter speed is slow or fast; a “highlight” film can be caught at just about any shutter speed. The only real difference between a long exposure and a slow shutter speed is the opacity of the photos you get. This opacity can be enhanced by using an “artificial” shutter in a photo crystal.
One thing to keep in mind is that there is no definite “rule” when it comes to the shutter speed. At higher shutter speeds, you’ll be able to capture more detail and, therefore, be able to bring out the colors in your photos.
So why do photographers like you need this extra layer of the film when you’re taking a photo? Many of us have taken a long exposure photo with no problem, but what about trying to shoot the same object from a very high shutter speed?
You may think that all your flash has done is revealed your subject’s highlights, but the truth is that the background’s reflection makes it hard to see the details. This means that the photographer needs to take the time to make sure that his or her subject is visible at all times – making it more difficult to capture the best photos.
So while the best shutter speed is just one way to go about shooting a photo, the fact is that most people are having problems in one or more areas of their photography. If you really want to capture the full depth of your subject, there is no easier way than using a photo crystal.
This article has provided some great tips for photographers on how to use the shutter speed as a tool for enhancing the quality of your photos. To summarize, the shutter speed is only a tool; don’t be afraid to use it. You’ll find that this is a great way to add definition to your photos, which is a much better way to use the shutter speed than if you were trying to just “show off”.