Trickle, bubbles, splash

There are many ways to capture the motion of water in photography. If your camera’s aperture setting can be changed, falling water can be frozen in mid-air or it can appear as one fluid object (see related photo tip).

water dripping from the faucet

My daughter Sam spent a long time squatting in front of the faucet in the backyard waiting to take these photos.

bubbles in the water

I especially like the air bubbles in the water.

water splashes as it hits the ground

As the trickling water hit the ground, it bounced and created small splashes. The shape of the water looks so much like… LOL


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