• 0:49

    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

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  • 5:09

    Waterfall photography is dependent on one thing; weather. Aside from your photography composition, weather is the one thing that can make or break a waterfall image. It’s of the utmost importance to choose the correct times to shoot waterfalls during the day based on what your conditions are. If there’s one mistake that I see

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  • 7:59

    Whenever you see an amazing waterfall you want to photograph, you should immediately start deciding what kind of gear you’re going to use to take the photo. Waterfall photography requires some of the basic outdoor photography gear with one very important filter also. In this tutorial, I’ll take you through the essential gear you need

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  • 7:33

    So, you know how to use your ISO, aperture, and shutter for outdoor photography, but which should you be prioritizing over the others? For my outdoor waterfall photography, I always prioritize my shutter speed over everything else. Waterfall photography is beautiful because of the way in which outdoor photographers can manipulate time and motion with

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  • 11:38

    Composition is of the utmost importance in all outdoor photography, as well as in waterfall photography. If you are successful in constructing a solid composition within your frame, you will come away with a great photograph. Vice versa, a weak composition leaves a lot to be desired in a photograph. Waterfall photography composition tends to

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  • 13:51

    If you spend all day outdoors photographing amazing waterfall scenes, you can probably come home with some amazing photographs. But, how do you take the great shots from the field and make them even better? Post-processing is a tool nearly all photographers use to increase the quality of their work. In this tutorial, I’ll take

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