Learn to shoot a cascading mountain stream with the lighting and focusing challenges it brings. Professional photographer Tony Sweet shows you how to address exposure challenges of the rushing white water that will be in the same photo with darker elements.
At a cascading mountain stream in the Smokies, Tony Sweet will show you how to shoot rushing water, which has several hot spots, alongside darker-shade trees and rocks that are in the stream. All the while, he talks to you about using the light nature has provided the day of your shoot. As he instructs you in camera settings, exposures, and angles to get the best photographs in the circumstances, he brackets his shots for different outcomes and shares his results with you so you know what you will get when you use the same techniques on your own.
See all of the videos in our Visual Literacy in Landscape Photography Course:
- Visual Literacy in Landscape Photography—Course Preview
- Nature Photography Tips while Shooting Sparks Lane
- Outdoor Photography at Lea Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Nature Photography Tips for the Great Smoky Mountains
- Cabin Photography Tips from the Smoky Mountains
- Overcast Photography in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Take Great Macro Photos in Nature
- Long Exposure Photography in the Great Smoky Mountains
- Photographing at Clingman’s Dome
- Bonus—Tony’s Portfolio