Tip of the Day: Slow Motion Water

Opening up your shutter while shooting moving bodies of water adds a painting like quality to your photographs. Try setting your shutter speed to 1 or 2 seconds, and your aperture should be on the higher side of the numeric scale. Be sure to bring your tripod, you’ll need it. Also, use your automatic timer to avoid any camera shake. Read more here.

Opening up your shutter while shooting moving bodies of water adds a painting like quality to your photographs. Try setting your shutter speed to 1 or 2 seconds, and your aperture should be on the higher side of the numeric scale. Be sure to bring your tripod, you'll need it. Also, use your automatic timer to avoid any camera shake. Check your results, and experiment with different settings. The moving water will look soft and misty, and you'll be sure to get a stunning shot.
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