“There’s something about rushing water that I can watch for hours and feel as if I need to do nothing more. It’s alive in a way that’s greater than any description of it…”
― Mark Helprin
always rushing… it flows on rushing, no stopping, the water runs by
This week’s assignment brought us to the mountain streams by Papallacta.
Beginners Photography tips: Using a very slow shutter speed (between a half second to 15 seconds) and a filter, we were able to capture the movement of the water. For all the other beginners out there, its important to turn down the iso as low as possible (100 iso in on my camera), and to put up the aperture as high as possible. You also will need to use a tripod, or at least set your camera down on a solid surface. Finally, to avoid any shaking of the camera from pressing the shutter button, use the 10 second timer.