Digital Photo Academy

Learn How To Use Your Digital Camera

Shutter Speeds & Water

dpa

dpa.jpg

 © Ellen Yeiser

Awe summer, what a great time to get outside and photograph mother nature. Water is a fascinating and endless subject. When shooting water, shutter speed is everything. If you want the water to have a silky, white feel or show motion use a slow shutter speed. You may have to use a neutral density filter to get a slow enough shutter speed. To freeze water use a high shutter speed. I used a a shutter speed of 250 as I wanted the reflections to be frozen and clear.  Experiment with different shutter speeds as you shoot water.


Reply





Optionally add an image (JPEG only)

©2007-2016 Digital Photo Academy | How To Use Your Digital Camera