Shutter Speed and Waterfalls

I took the opportunity to snap some photos of waterfalls this past weekend. I learned about how shutter speed can alter the appearance of the water in order to showcase motion. Overall, I managed to understand the meaning of feeling small in comparison to how vast the world really is. The beauty I experienced in this photography adventure really opened my eyes and made me appreciate the journey we took to get there.

Hoggs Falls

I really lowered my shutter speed for this as well as used my trusty tripod to get this shot.

Eugenia Falls

I used the height as a way to show the endless river of trees and autumn.

Leaves Close Up

The rain droplets on this leaf give this shot life.

 

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