Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Gear and equipment tips for photography in water, part of Landscape Photography: Tropical Scenes.
(water rushing)…- Now I've come in much closer to the waterfall.…And it's stunning from up here.…I'm really happy I made the effort to come out here.…Now I brought with me some water shoes.…Now I wanted to basically show you that,…you don't need Neoprene socks, you don't need waders,…because it's hot and it's humid and it really looks…nice going in there.…So the reason though, we do need something,…is you need to protect the bottom of your feet.…You're not quite sure what you're stepping on,…what kind of rocks.…So when you're in a tropical landscape…and you want to go in the water, just protect your feet,…and make sure the water's safe to go in.…
And here in Hawaii it is safe.…Fortunately, though I'm going to stay in my shoes.…I really like the angle I'm on,…so I'm good to go where I am.…But I just really wanted to emphasize protecting your feet.…Now, as we came in closer, I'm at as wide as it can be…16 millimeter.…I've still got the polarizer on,…but I've simplified this scene now.…It's very much just, waterfall and foliage above.…
- Shooting a tropical sunset scene
- Finding the right angles for photographing trees
- Photographing plants and flowers
- Macro lenses
- Static shots
- Multiple-exposure work
- Shooting a long exposure of the beach
- Capturing a unique shot of a waterfall
Skill Level Intermediate
Travel Photography: Costa Ricawith Richard Harrington3h 54m Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Telephoto Lenseswith Justin Reznick51m 53s Intermediate
1. Tropical Landscape Scenes
2. The Trees in a Tropical Location
3. Photographing Flowers and Foliage
4. Photographing a Waterfall
Editing the waterfall images3m 15s
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