Pine needles in the snow by 8 foot falls. There are a couple of things to notice in this picture. First, the water has a nice silkyness. This is achieved by setting a slow shutter speed which blurs the movement of the water. I took this in manual mode and set the ISO to 100 and an f/16 aperture to both limit the light and to get a good depth of field. The shutter speed was set to 1/5 of a second which indicated an overexposure of about 1 stop. Why the overexposure? The camera sees the world as grey so with all the snow my camera was fooled into an underexposure which would have made all the snow grey. So I set for an overexposure to make the snow more white. With a 1/5 sec shutter time I took this on a tripod – too slow for my hands (especially in the cold)!
Canon 5d mkIII | Canon 24-105 f/4 L | 24mm | 1/5 sec at f/16