Saturday, November 14, 2020

Andy's Angles: Choppy

As you might have guessed by now, I've grown very fond of shooting moving water with a fast shutter speed.

These are fountains in front of the Everhart Museum at Nay Aug Park in Scranton.  Clearly, it was taken during the summer.

Shutter speed:  1/250.  You can see every drop, every ripple, every bubble.

I've been making a lot of mistakes with this technique, sort of swinging for the fences.  I've been going too fast with the pictures I want to be choppy, and too slow with the ones I want to be smooth.  Live and learn.

You know what's coming tomorrow.