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Beginner Basics – Photographing Waterfalls (preview)

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©Viktoria Haack Sicamous Creek Falls, Sicamous, BC

©Viktoria Haack
Sicamous Creek Falls, Sicamous, BC

Waterfalls are my go-to subject matter when I’m not photographing sunrise and sunset landscapes. More often than not, waterfalls are located in ravines or forested areas that cut out a good deal of harsh daylight and often allow them to be photographed at any time of day.

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Article by Viktoria Haack

Viktoria Haack is a regular contributor to Outdoor Photography Canada. Her column "Beginner Basics" covers the topics that every new photographer should consider. She believes in ‘treading lightly’ with her assignments, observing light, weather conditions and, when shooting people, finding the subtle visual story.

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