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Nature Tales issue #25 -- Capturing Moving Water in Photography
September 26, 2008
Tips and Tricks For Taking The Best Nature and Flower Pictures You Have Ever Taken
Welcome to Nature Tales, the newsletter with insider tips for getting the most from your nature photographs. We will be sharing some of our secrets and strategies for better pictures and some don'ts for those not so good shots.
September 26, 2008 Issue #25
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Capturing Moving Water in Phogography
Rivers, waterfalls and gently babbling streams are soothing even in photographs. We are automatically drawn to the contrast of blue and white waters passing through brilliant green landscapes, gentle fields of yellowing grass, or tumbling through grey and green moss covered boulders and rocks. How do you capture water in motion?
Moving Water Pictures Using Automatic Setting
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Some Things to Consider in Capturing Moving Water Photographs
Moving bodies of water never present the same image capture requirement which is why photographing moving water can be such a fun and highly experimental venture. Many photographers return to the same locations throughout the year to record the variations in plant life, water levels and to learn about photographing in the changing light and seasons.
See you next time when we explore Top Ten Reasons to Always Take Your Camera Everywhere.
These tips are brought to you in partnership with Amy Renfrey. Amy is the author of Powerful Landscape Photography. It is a book that is one of my top picks for learning photography.
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First of all, I want to say thank you for your kind words. I love to hear from my readers. And it really feels great that you are inspired in your own business endeavors.
By the way, it is no wonder you are not sure of my newsletter time frame. I actually did start out publishing once every couple of months. Then here recently I tried once a week. That scheduled seemed too frequent. So to all of my readers, the publishing frequency of Nature Tales shall be twice a month. I would love to hear from you. Let me know how the photography tips are working. Let me know if you have issues that you would like for me to cover.
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