Aperture ƒ/ 14 | ISO 100 | 18 mm | 1/4 Exposure
This photo is a great example of what you can do when you have complete control over your shutter speed. I shot this photo in manual at a slow 1/4 of a second exposure time, and to prevent the shot from being over exposed, I stopped the lens aperture down to ƒ14. The result is this “cotton candy” water effect. If I shot this photo at a fast shutter speed, more relative to the lighting conditions, the result would freeze the water droplets in mid air, and not provide the sense of motion you see here.