Sunday, August 5, 2012
Movement: Brandon Chapin
Water is a continuous source of movement in certain cases water will never stop. It may shift and it may change but will never cease to move. The biggest question when photographing water is what impression it should leave.
When using a fast shutter speed it freezes the water and will make it look dangerous and rigid. However, on the flip side, using a slow shutter you are able to sculpt the path the water takes and show its softer side. It will look pleasing, soft, and some what inviting. So, the choice is yours, how will you photograph the beautiful never endless movement of water? © Brandon Chapin Photography