Tips for shooting waterfalls

Natural Arch / Natural Bridge, Queensland, Australia by Tim Wells

Shooting waterfalls can be a lot of fun and very rewarding, but can also be something a little daunting for newer photographers. So here is a few tips to help improve your next waterfall shot.

Tip #1 : Avoid GAS (Gear acquisition syndrome)

Self taught software developer and photographer.

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Tim Wells

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Self taught software developer and photographer.

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