Many years after acquiring my first DSLR camera, I am still learning how to use it. It’s like a computer with layers of functionality that I must discover one layer at a time. I am grateful to Otto von Münchow for his generous technical advice and inspiration.
Moving water provides an excellent study subject. To slow the water for that eye-catching spun silk effect requires understanding the relationship between available light, speed of motion, depth of field, and appropriate management of the camera’s settings. Real photographers may scorn the trite technique, but it represents one more skill to stash in the tool kit.
I look forward to any and all critiques and advice.