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Thursday, November 12, 2015


I think waterfall and moving water photos are probably my favorite subjects.  I've taken a lot of them, and they require a great location, good camera and a few basic accessories. But good technique is what will make or break a good waterfall or moving water shot.  Here's a short video that will show you how you can shoot this kind of photo and get positive reviews!


Tip: If you're using a DSLR with video capability,  put the camera in live view.  After you have composed the shot, change the speed to see how it effects the look of the water.  The slower the speed, the softer the water will look.  The faster the speed, the more detailed action it will show. Therefore, you can use this method to see how your photo will look in advance of shooting.