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How to Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures
By Bill Fortney
http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/fvicbfzt/how-to-take-pictures-of-water-using-long-exposures.html

  • Set the ISO to the lowest possible speed—usually ISO 200 or Low 1.0.
  • Set the camera on A for Aperture Priority Automatic. Set the aperture to a small opening like f/22 or f/16—the camera will automatically set a shutter speed. The best shutter speeds seem to be between two and eight seconds
  • Attach an electronic cable release so the camera can be fired without shaking the entire rig.

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