Waterfalls in State Parks in the Northeast and How I Shoot Them

For this shot of Resica Falls, I used an ND filter to block some of the light and allow me to use a slower shutter speed. 1/4 sec. f/3.5 18mm ISO 100.
For this shot of Resica Falls, I used an ND filter to block some of the light and allow me to use a slower shutter speed. 1/4 sec. f/3.5 18mm ISO 100.

Story & Photos by Sastry Karra

Photographing waterfalls is one of the joys many nature photographers have in common. As a hobbyist, I count myself among those who are passionate about waterfall photography. Even though for some people a waterfall is a waterfall, photographers see many different compositions in even the smallest falls.

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Igwazu Falls

This wall of water greets the visitor when emerging from the elevator on the lower level. © Jerry Ginsberg

Story and Photography by Jerry Ginsberg

Water is much on our minds these days. From discussions about climate change to concerns over adequate supplies of drinking water in some areas of the planet, water is a hot topic. Without question, life would not be possible without it. Whole civilizations have risen and prospered on its reliability and several have fallen without it.

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