Slow shutter helps capture water –

SPRING IS HERE, Farch is almost over, and the time to head out and get the creative juices flowing is now!

One of the great things about early spring is the rushing water that makes the small streams and rivers so photogenic.

Playing with water can present some challenges, but with a little practice, you can get some great water pictures to adorn your walls.

One of the common things to do with fast-moving water is to use a slow shutter speed to give a sense of movement. There are a number of ways to do this, but the easiest is to close down your aperture. (Bigger number, smaller hole.)

Slow shutter helps capture water – ArtsLife – TheChronicleHerald.ca.

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