Waterfall Video Photography Tips

A post by: Darlene HildebrandtPPTo help you with photography this week’s challenge of waterfalls, I found a few video tutorials to walk you through how to photograph of a waterfall. I also shared a collection of beautiful waterfall images to get you inspired, that if you missed it you can see it here./PPThis first video shows the two choices you have when shooting a waterfall. You can freeze or blur of the water. Watch as he at the camera settings for both options./PPIn this quick tip goes Tony Northrup on such tips like using a sturdy tripod, using shutter priority mode, and using a neutral density filter to block part of the light so you can longer exposure and finding a unique camera angle./PPIn this last video is the photographer about step by step how to get that nice looking Milky water. He talks about the use of a Polarizing filter, a tripod and the back button focus to give you everything in the picture nice and sharp to help./PPI hope that help you get a hold on some of the technical aspects of the waterfall photography. Now get out there and get shoot for this week’s challenge!/P
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