8 Bold Ways to Improve Your Waterfall Photography

written by: Chris Tennant

Any introduction to photographing waterfalls will usually include the following: (1) always shoot on overcast days, (2) use a circular polarizer to minimize reflections in the water and (3) use a slow shutter speed to blur the water. Like many “rules”, they are best served as guidelines. Here are eight bold ways to take your waterfall photography to another level by challenging these (and other) rules. 1. Get wet. Don’t be afraid to get in the water to create a bold, in- your-face foreground that puts the viewer smack dab in the middle of your composition. Safety should be your Read more »