If you have ever wanted to get into waterfall photography but not known how then listen up, I’ve got a great method to share with you. I started really enjoying waterfall photography when I was quite young. I got my love of photography from my father who taught me that everything you photographed was art. And that means waterfalls too.
If you have ever wanted to get wide, and I mean really wide, then the first thing to do in your waterfall photography is buy a really expensive wide angle lens, right? But what if you can’t afford it? Or don’t know which lens to buy? What then? Well, the good news is that waterfall photography doesn’t have to depend on a wide angle lens; you can simply use software.
Panorama software is ideal for waterfall photography. You take a series of waterfall shots and then upload them into the software. The panorama software will stitch them together and create one photo out of them.
One draw back with doing this in your waterfall photography is that fast moving water doesn’t stitch very well, so make sure you have a super fast shutter speed. I’ll explain this soon.