Photographing Michigan Waterfalls
Alger Falls - forgetting the tips
Munising Falls - 50 foot drop
Photography Equipment - three items to capture perfect waterfall photos
- If you are looking to get the look of the smooth flowing water in your waterfall photos, a tripod is an essential piece of equipment. The tripod listed below is the one I use. It is not a high priced piece of equipment and it works with all of my cameras (yes even my point and shoot). To get the steady shot you need for waterfalls I highly recommend using a tripod.
- Using a polarizing lens will help you to slow down your shutter speed to get the smooth look of the water. It also helps to reduce any glare. This is especially important if you are trying to shoot on a sunny day. On a cloudy day it wouldn't be necessary.
- A shutter release is also helpful in keeping your camera steady. I have one that attaches to my camera, but I think a remote one would be really nice.
Smooth Flowing Water - Wagner Falls
Wagner Falls with an Aperature of F8
Eagle River Falls
Tahquamenon Falls - beauty in the fall
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