New Tutorial: The Making of 5 Waterfall Images

Long exposures give photographers the ability to create an alternate reality. This is perhaps most prominent in waterfall photography. That beautiful appearance of silky water is typically captured with a slow shutter speed. This can be anywhere between one second, and 1/60th of a second. The exact settings will vary based on a number of factors. To help explain all of these variables, this article will detail how I made my favorite five waterfall images. Read the full tutorial here

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This is part of a weekly series I write for the popular PicsArt blog. To check previous articles, check out this Pinterest board. 

Photo TutorialsChris Corradino