Waterfall photography can be one of the most rewarding types of photography. It can also be one of the most challenging types of photography.
A lot of times capturing a quality waterfall photograph means that you know exactly when to show up, where to stand, and what tools to use.
With basic landscape shots, you don’t normally have to deal with water in your photos. Waterfall photos are different because you have to deal with a lot of glare that is coming off of the surface of the water. That can really confuse cameras and photographers both.
In this episode of Cameras and Coffee, we cover tips for waterfall photography and knowing exactly how to capture the great, majestic, milky waterfall photos you love so much.
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