In this course, designed for photographers who have beginner to intermediate experience with waterfalls, David Johnston, professional landscape photographer, will show you how to photograph waterfalls based on his experience shooting some of the most pristine waterfalls in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. David will discuss some of the essential gear for waterfall photography, including how to use a circular polarizer best for waterfall features. He will also cover the best settings to use when you are framing up a waterfall photo and how to balance the exposure triangle for the best results possible for moving water. David will show you how to use moving water to lead your viewers into the frame with some of the best waterfall composition tips. Lastly, David invites you into the digital darkroom for some tips on how to post-processing waterfall photographs to put the final touches on your photos.
See all videos in our Waterfall Photography in Great Smoky Mountains National Park Course:
- Waterfall Photography in Great Smoky Mountains National Park – Course Preview
- Best Weather for Waterfall Photography
- Essential Gear for Waterfall Photography
- Using the Right Settings for Waterfall Photography
- A Guide to Waterfall Photography Composition
- Waterfall Photography Post-Processing