In many parts of the world, autumn has arrived, and with it comes the incredible opportunity for photography of a wide variety of subjects. Including waterfalls and other moving water in the photograph is a fascinating and unique method to take use of the wonderful colors in the scene.
You are going to get some wonderful ideas for autumn photography with rivers and waterfalls by watching this fantastic video lesson.
This fantastic video tutorial was produced for you by Christian Irmler, who specializes in landscape photography. In it, you will learn several creative ways to photograph autumn landscapes and waterfalls. Be careful to take some additional precautions to ensure your safety, particularly around moving water and changing foliage, which is one of my favorite combos.
At this time of year, the water may be rather cold, and this, combined with slick rocks or wet paths, can create for a dangerous situation, so be sure to be especially careful when you are out trekking and do not take any chances that are not absolutely essential.
And because peak color only lasts for about a week or two, you should definitely make the most of the season before it ends! Watch the video that’s been embedded above to get the complete overview from Irmler.