Here are some photos where I utilized different shutter speeds for desired effect.
F-Stop – f/10, Exposure – 0.6, ISO – 200
This photo shows a cherry wood slab being planed by hand, to create a smoother surface. By manipulating shutter speed, I was able to show the actual movement of the Stanley plane in a still photograph.
Traffic on Second
F-Stop – f/29, Exposure – 1.3, ISO – 200
This is an interesting photo of traffic whizzing by on Second Ave. By snapping this while moving and leaving the lens open, the end result was a unique depiction of city lights.
A Walk Through Schenley
F-Stop – f/5.6, Exposure – 1/50, ISO – 200
I took this photo of Zach and Jazzy on a lazy Sunday stroll through the park. By using a faster shutter speed, I was able to capture a clear photo, despite them moving ahead.