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    9 great tips to photograph waterfalls (video)

    The post 9 Great Tips for photographing waterfalls (video) first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Caz Nowaczyk.

    In this new video from Mads Peter Iversen he gives you 9 great tips for photographing waterfalls. With some great tips and beautiful scenery, this video will let you quickly take better photos of waterfall landscapes.

    You learn about camera settings, shutter speeds, composition (including moving to get the most out of your photo) and other practical tips such as filters and tripods.

    Recorded in the beautiful Lofoten in Norway, which is not known for its waterfalls, Iversen has to work a little harder to make these images.

    Do you have any other tips for photographing waterfalls that you want to share with us? Are there things that you agree or disagree with in this video? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.

    If you want to improve your landscape photography, try our Landscape and Nature Photography course.

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    The post 9 Great Tips for photographing waterfalls (video) first appeared at Digital Photography School. It is written by Caz Nowaczyk.

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