“… we’re not in Kansas anymore”
A couple of days ago, the wind was whipping quite violently. As a photographer, there are ways to combat this – you can use a faster shutter speed to freeze motion and attain a sharp image. Sometimes however, it’s fun to do the opposite – use a slower shutter speed, and capture some motion in your image to give the viewer a taste of the conditions. In bright light you can use a smaller aperture to achieve a slower shutter speed, or you can use a neutral density filter, which cuts the amount of light reaching the sensor.