If you’ve looked up tutorials on photography or anything like that, then you’ve probably heard of the exposure triangle.
The exposure triangle is referring to the relationship between the three primary camera settings that contribute to the exposure when you take a photo.
The shutter speed determines the duration that the cameras shutter is open for to allow light to hit the image sensor. Most SLR and mirrorless cameras these days will range from 30 seconds to 1/4000th of a second and faster. It seems obvious that the chosen…