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Capturing the movement of Water

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Addicted to capturing Water Movement

Whenever I am in a place that has water movement, I just have to capture the essence and magic of the water movement. It is pretty easy to do, all you need is a sturdy tripod and a longer shutter speed than normal and you will be able to do the same. Just practice using the sink, hose, sprinkler or shower at home and you will soon master it.

How to capture water movement

 

Slow Shutter Speed Photography

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