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10 Tips for Fabulous Waterfall Photography

Waterfalls present natural beauty that makes a great subject for landscape photos. The rushing water of a powerful waterfall or the gentle trickle of a smaller fall can lead to amazing photos that viewers will love. Although there are several famous waterfalls that are well known around the world, you don’t have to go searching very far to find a great subject for your own waterfall photography. Lesser-known falls can provide opportunities to get great photos and chances are there are a few waterfalls within driving distance of wherever you live.

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How & Where to Photograph Songbirds

Spring fever surrounds us with changing colors, perennial flowers and cheerful songbirds and smaller birds. Magazines, books that share tips on how to bring birds to gardens sell in droves. This is particularly true in the spring as gardeners, birders and nature enthusiasts work to attract birds, bees and butterflies to their back yards. Bird photography also extends well beyond our backyards as the majority of bird species don’t go to bird feeders.

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Guide to Long Exposure Landscape Photography

Using a long exposure is a great way to create a particular mood with a landscape photo. You could be using a slow shutter speed to soften the appearance of moving water, to emphasize the movement of a story sky, or to give a photo a dreamy feel. Long exposure landscapes can be very captivating, but they also require a little bit of practice to get just right. This article provides several tips that can help you to get awesome results with your own long exposures.

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