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Want to capture moving water? Set your camera on a tripod, pick the lowest ISO and shoot with different shutter speeds. Also, close-up shots show how beautiful the water is.

If you want to capture misty moving water, prepare like a pro. First, set up your camera on a tripod. Different parts of a waterfall or a mountain river move at different speeds, so it’s better to focus on them without shaking hands. Then, pick the lowest ISO and shoot with different shutter speeds. This will allow you to capture moving water with a good depth of field. Also, try to take more close-up shots and focus on movement and water rather than the landscape.

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