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Simple Tips for Photographing Waterfalls

Digital Photography School An introduction to creating beautiful images of waterfalls Simple Tips for Photographing Waterfalls A few simple tips to help you improve your waterfall photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

Barren Mountains, Caves of Ice, Peaceful Shores and Graceful Waterfalls of Alask…

Exposure Guide Barren Mountains, Caves of Ice, Peaceful Shores and Graceful Waterfalls of Alaska and Ireland Captured in ‘Polaris’ http://goo.gl/wDI9XT Acacia Johnson‘s Polaris portrays the northern lands of Alaska and Iceland in a collection of elegantly moody photos. With a deep connection to the Far North’s ethereal terrains, the Alaska-born photographer who characterizes her photographic process as “expeditionary in nature,” shoots some dramatic images of the wilderness. Spartanly gorgeous, the landscape is punctuated with barren mountains, caves of ice, peaceful […]

This amazing storm timelapse makes rainclouds look like floating waterfalls

DIYPhotography This amazing storm timelapse makes rainclouds look like floating waterfalls http://bit.ly/2eaUr2v This amazing storm timelapse makes rainclouds look like floating waterfalls When I’m heading out location scouting or to do a shoot, we often drive through rain 3 or 4 times before we get there. The weather around here is full of all sorts of different microclimates, some small, some large. So it’s not uncommon to see columns of rain coming down in the distance… Read More at DIY […]

Chasing Waterfalls in Iceland by Merlin Kafka: #travel

500px Chasing Waterfalls in Iceland by Merlin Kafka: https://goo.gl/IeoTPX #travel Read More at 500px

6 Tips for How to Photograph Waterfalls

Digital Photography School Practical tips for wonderful waterfall photography 6 Tips for How to Photograph Waterfalls Here are 6 simple tips you can follow to help you take better photos of waterfalls. Read More at Digital Photography School

Photographing Waterfalls: 6 Tips To Get You Started

Digital Photography School How to create gorgeous waterfall images Photographing Waterfalls: 6 Tips To Get You Started Some of my favourite landscapes to photograph are waterfalls. The smoothness of the water against the hard, sharp edges of the rocks or striking greenery that surrounds them can make for very pleasing compositions. Just follow these simple tips and you’ll be sure to get some great shots. 1. Time i… Read More at Digital Photography School

4 Tips for Shooting Drop Dead Gorgeous Waterfalls >

Digital Photography School 4 Tips for Shooting Drop Dead Gorgeous Waterfalls > https://digital-photography-school.com/4-tips-for-shooting-drop-dead-gorgeous-waterfalls/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Magnificent Self-Portraits Set Against Grandiose Landscapes Immense waterfalls…

Exposure Guide Magnificent Self-Portraits Set Against Grandiose Landscapes http://goo.gl/zLvkR4 Immense waterfalls, snow covered peaks and mysterious lakes are just some of the components in Elizabeth Gadd’s stunning self-portraits. Read More at Exposure Guide

Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Norway Waterfalls and Autumn Colors

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Interesting Photo of the Day: Western Norway Waterfalls and Autumn Colors Combining multiple images into one is sometimes necessary when a landscape such as this one is too big for the lens. Learning how to do that is a different story! This waterfall scene in Western Norway is an incredible composition of vibrant autumn colors and stormy weather that sets a perfect mood… Read More at Picture Correct

How to Photograph Waterfalls

PictureCorrect Photography Tips How to Photograph Waterfalls I love water. Coming from Ontario where lakes and rivers abound, I’d spend entire summers at our cottage as a kid either in or on the water. I’m still drawn to it like steel to a magnet, so it’s not surprising that after learning the technique to create the beautiful pictures like in this article, [… Read More at Picture Correct

Photography Tips for Waves, Waterscapes and Waterfalls

Photography Tips for Waves, Waterscapes and Waterfalls Is your camera gathering dust right now? Is it because you can’t think of anything to take pictures of? Then you’ve caught the photo doldrums! What’s the remedy? It’s quite possibly something very simple—you need to start shooting the ideal photo subject. ” No other subject offers a… photographer su… Link to the full Popular Photography Facebook post

How to Fix Overly Blue Waterfalls in Photoshop

Get rid of that crazy blue in your waterfall shots! How to Fix Overly Blue Waterfalls in Photoshop If you like to shoot waterfalls, you’ve likely noticed that they often have a distinct blueness to them, whereas you likely desire them to be white, as they normally look to the naked eye. This quick tutorial will show you exactly how to remove the blue from waterfalls and restore them to their orig… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Simon Baxter: Chasing Waterfalls and Fog

Who doesn’t love waterfalls and fog? Simon Baxter: Chasing Waterfalls and Fog Simon Baxter makes an unplanned visit to a verdant misty forest in North Yorkshire, UK. As Baxter talks us through the thought process behind one of his images, it becomes clear that the gushing waterfall in the background isn’t his area of interest. A couple of trees above the waterfall that are st… Link to the full Fstoppers story

Waterfalls of New England – Part Two

Photography Life https://photographylife.com/waterfalls-of-new-england-part-two Waterfalls of New England – Part Two A couple of weeks ago, I shared the first part of my exploration of the waterfalls of New England here on Photography Life and promised that there will be a part two. This write up fulfills the promise and continues the story further. My focus this time were the forests of Western Massachusetts, esp… Read More at Photography Life

Waterfalls of New England – Part One

Photography Life Waterfalls of New England, Part One – a guest post by Dr Vaibhav Tripathi: https://photographylife.com/waterfalls-of-new-england-part-one Waterfalls of New England – Part One It is the month of May and spring has finally taken over from winter in New England. With the woods turning green again, color has returned to the landscape. Most of the creeks and brooks that crisscross the region and give rise to hundreds of waterfalls are flowing reasonably well. Together this co… Read More at […]

Photographing Waterfalls with Nikon 1 Cameras

Photography Life http://photographylife.com/photographing-waterfalls-with-nikon-1-cameras Photographing Waterfalls with Nikon 1 Cameras As an owner of a Nikon 1 V2 and a selection of Nikon 1 lenses I’m always looking for ways to extend the use of this compact-sized camera system. I thought it would be an interesting challenge to try and photograph a waterfall with the Nikon 1 system. When many of us first start out… read more » Read More at Photography Life