Details to "Follow The Flow"

This is how I shot – Follow The Flow

It was a fairly sunny day.
I found a part in a stream that had a very unique current it was basically forming a backwards “S”.

I had to cross through the water very carefully to get to a pretty large rock where I was able to set up my tripod.
Would not suggest trying this when you are carrying expensive equipment
After I got the shot I said to myself" Ya know Jeff that was pretty stupid" If I would have fallen in the water that is.

Camera Settings:
Set the Camera to Aperture Priority on this one.
TV = 1.6 sec
AV = 22
ISO = 100
Focal Length was 28.0mm

I took a few shots that were at 2 and 3 seconds but it was far to long and I got too much of a blur effect.

Looking back I may have tried this shot with around 1/2 to 1 seconds to see the results.

This was one of the first pictures with my new camera I started to learn and adjust the settings on water shots.

If I find a shot I really like, I make sure to shoot 8-10, if not more shots in different settings. That way you have all the bases covered.
Believe me its worth it to get that one perfect shot.

Details to "Follow The Flow"

Jeff  Burns

Sagamore Hills, United States

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Shot in Bedford, Ohio in the Metroparks

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