Moving water – waterfalls, rivers, streams and surf – often presents unique challenges to the landscape photographer. The most common way to capture images of moving water is to use a slower shutter speed. But how slow should the shutter speed be? The answer largely depends on the effect you are looking for in the final image.
Hi everyone. Last week I posted an image entitled "Morning at Great Falls" (you can see that post here). That image, the first one I made that morning, was shot approximately 20 minutes before sunrise when the color tones of light were decidedly blue. Though I like the tonality of that image and the composition, I felt that there was more that could be done.
Hi everyone. Many of my friends and colleagues who follow my work know that I shoot many of my images at the edge of light. The edge, for me, occurs in the nautical and civil twilight times of the day, before sunrise, and after sunset.