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Lecture 16: Cameras and Lenses (49)
hhpslily

It is my understanding that when the exposure is too dark, we want to increase exposure time, which means we need to adjust shutter speed down.

jessicajyeh

yes, if it's too dark, we want to keep the shutter open for longer so more light can come in. This would mean we want slower shutter movement, which corresponds to larger number for a shutter speed, since it is the duration that the shutter is open.

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