Free Guide – How to Photograph Waterfalls

I believe most of us have felt the inspiration, (and awe), that comes with visiting waterfalls.

It doesn’t matter if the falls is huge, or small; it still creates that sense of ‘oneness’ with the earth.

Waterfalls have been a source of inspiration to artists since man began walking the planet.

This week, Jason Little, provides us with a free quick guide on how to effectively photograph these wonders of nature.

Here are a few of the tips that Jason shares:

  • Equipment (Most of these items you probably already own. But, here you’ll learn what works best!)
  • Controlling the light (How do you control the intensity of the light over a large area?)
  • Where do you find a waterfall? (There may be one closer to you than you think!)
  • What’s the best angle? (I didn’t have a clue about this until I read the guide!)
  • What camera settings should you use? (Jason provides step-by-step advice.)
  • What weather provides the best opportunity? (The answer is surprising.)

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