Waterfall photography


Do you know what is really difficult? Nature photography. Well, mostly waterfalls. This was my first try at at. It looks so easy! You just set up your camera on a tripod and set the shutter speed low, right? Wrong. There’s so much that goes into it. You set the ISO as low as you can and set the aperture up as well. It seems like that would be all that goes into it, but even with that the waterfall can be too stagnant. This is Glory Hole. Even though the water was flowing heavily, it still did not give the desired effect. I’m hoping to keep exploring other waterfalls to find the perfect one.


About chall29

Photographer from Northwest Arkansas pursuing degrees in Print Journalism and Speech Communication at Arkansas Tech University.
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