Blurring water (slow shutter) -- I did it!!

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Krusty79 Senior Member • Posts: 2,121
Re: Blurring water (slow shutter) -- I did it!!
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Thank you Merlin and Butch. I usually focus on a point about 1/3 of the way into the scene, or on the foreground interest if I am using any. I normally shoot these at a small aperture like f/11, so my DOF should be pretty good.

Although the shutter speeds are important, I think the most important factor is working on your photographic vision - learning to compose shots through the viewfinder where there is a natural flow the eye should follow. I try to eliminate/reduce anything that interrupts that flow and keep distractions out of the frame.

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