We all know the formula. Take hydrogen and oxygen and start burning and you will get water. Do not try this at home.
Focal Length 90mm
Cropped in Photoshop CS
Dear creative Framers, it is time to play with water! As a matter of fact, there are so many types of water photos one can take, that it is nearly a photographic genre all by itself. First figure out how you want to capture water. If you are looking to "freeze" the action, you want your shutter speed around 1/1000 or faster. You can also do this with flash in a dark-ish room, in which case your shutter need only be around 1/125 as the flash is freezing the action. If you want to blur the water, you can start at 1/30 and work your way down, but 2+ seconds will be ideal. Use a tripod or flat surface. As always, we encourage a wide range of interpretations, so think also of people or animals interacting with water., underwater photoshoots, water as a method of transportation, reflections on water as well as water abstracts.