you ever wanted to photograph cascading
waterfalls or rapids with the water
appearing silky or smoke like?
The trick lies in a slow shutter
speed. But how do you attain a slow
shutter speed in bright daylight? Set
your camera to aperture priority and
set it to a small aperture of f8 and
above. The smaller the aperture the
slower the shutter speed.
To slow it further, use the lowest ISO
setting, find a shady spot or use a
ND filter. At speeds below 1/60 of a
second, a tripod is recommended but
not mandatory. In this case, the camera
was perched on a rock.
In contrast, a fast shutter speed of
of a second resulted in a totally different