I will begin this challenge with one of my photos that I took some time ago when visiting the Hill Country of Texas. This was taken at a winery and I was loving this fountain! Now we normally think of a fountain as spraying water upwards but this one was in the opposite direction powered by a recirculating pump. As I was shooting, I decided to try shooting at a a slow shutter speed to blur the water as well as a fast shutter speed to “freeze” the water and these are the resulting pictures which I think explain how shutter speed can very much affect the final photos depending on what you are looking for.
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