Join Justin Reznick for an in-depth discussion in this video Shooting a waterfall from a boat, part of Travel Photography: Fjords of New Zealand.
- We're on the boat entering the sound,…and the first thing we're going to see is Bowen Falls.…This is one of the only, there's only two permanent falls.…A lot of it's seasonal based on rain,…this one's here year round, it's a spectacular waterfall.…We're going to do a shoot that's handheld,…we've got a 55 to 200 long lens.…We're going to use these trees as a foreground.…Going to make sure we get polarization on it.…Okay, I'm going to raise my ISO,…I'm not getting a fast enough shutter speed.…
(camera clicking)…I'm working fast and furious here.…When you're on a moving, you know, something…a boat, a plane, a car, and you're trying…to shoot landscapes, you've gotta move quick.…I've got the long lens on to pull details here,…and I'm hand holding everything, okay?…Now this is foreign to me, I love my tripod,…I'm always on my tripod, you've probably…never seen me without it, unless I'm trying…to find a composition.…But I'm trying to take fine art images just by hand holding.…
A couple things we need to keep in mind.…
- Essential gear, from tripods to lenses
- Shooting at water's edge at low tide
- Shooting handheld from a moving boat
- Capturing details
- Post-processing techniques
Skill Level Intermediate
The Traveling Photographer: The Basicswith David Hobby2h 19m Intermediate
Travel Photography: Seaside Road Tripwith Mikkel Aaland45m 24s Intermediate
Landscape Photography: Waterfallswith Justin Reznick32m 32s Beginner
Introduction to the Fjords
Welcome to the fjords1m 1s
1. Shooting at Waters Edge at Low Tide
2. Working the Shots from a Boat
3. Capturing Details in the Fjords
4. Final Images from the Shoot
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