Chapter 9 | Videography


Section 5.2 already described shutter speed and its influence on the photo. When making a film, the relationship between shutter speed and frame rate is especially important. A familiar concept in the world of videography is the 180 degree rule. This rules that the set shutter speed should be approximately double your frame rate. To clarify, if you are filming at a frame rate of 60 fps, then the shutter speed should therefore be 1/120 seconds.

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