Saturday, 30 June 2012

How to Photograph Water – PictureCorrect

An informative article by Peter Timko

Photographing waterfalls presents the photographer with the opportunity to create some very creative shots. When photographed properly, you can make running water appear soft and almost ghost-like.

This technique is not difficult to master, but it takes a fair amount of stamina and perseverance to achieve…not to mention some physical agility.

This technique is best suited for cameras that have the ability to manually adjust the shutter speed and focus. Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) cameras are best equipped for this type of setup, but quality point-and-shoot cameras may work just as well.

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How to Photograph Water – PictureCorrect

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