The Advanced Guide to Photographing Waterfalls and Streams
Samples from the Book
You might think that shooting a waterfall is as simple as finding a good composition, setting a long shutter speed, and hitting go. And while those certainly are the basics, there’s much more that goes into creating a striking waterfall image. Have you thought about how to capture the best looking water? How to ensure you have the best color, clarity, and detail? How to refine your composition till you find the best possible one? How not to freeze to death while standing in a frigid stream? Or how to ensure sharp shots even when shooting in hip-deep water?
Justin Reznick has and he brings his expertise to this book.
- Eighteen water photography tips for how to get that best shot—including “fashion” tips for water wading (how to stay warm and dry), how to maximize your chances of getting the image you want, and how to protect your gear in damp conditions
- Post-processing tips for making the image—including advice on analyzing and choosing images in Lightroom, and practical how-to instruction on blending multiple exposures in Photoshop to showcase the best of the light
- Some of Justin’s favorite water images with extensive discussion of how he made them
- More than forty amazing images of waterfalls and rivers