Episode 56: As a continuation of our recent “how to photograph” themed Tidbit Tuesday episodes, today’s topic is how to photograph waterfalls and streams. Waterfalls and streams are some of my favorite subjects to photograph because they provide so many compositional opportunities, and they are a great subject on which to practice different exposure techniques. Today, I share some tips on gear, settings, staying dry, and more. Enjoy!
OPS Article (with links to gear): How to Photograph Waterfalls, Rivers, and Streams: A Complete Guide
OPS Article: How to Measure the Hyperfocal Distance
Episode 30: Understanding Histograms, ETTR, and ETTL
Episode 38: Should You Buy Filters? Landscape Photography Filters Explained
OPS YouTube Video: How to Use Layers and Layer Masks in Photoshop
FREE Hyperfocal Distance Made Easy Ebook
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