Waterfalls have magnetic effect on most people simply because they have something that makes us feel good. Because people are drawn to waterfalls, it is also no wonder why waterfalls are one of the most photographed subjects. Photographing waterfalls, however, is not as easy as it looks like. For one, photographing a moving subject like waterfalls presents a major challenge but also an opportunity to get a dynamic shot. In photographing waterfalls, most photographers opt to go slow by putting their shutter speeds to lower speeds and let the water blur, making them look more dramatic.
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Called paradise on Earth, Havasu Falls is an absolutely amazingly beautiful waterfall located in a remote canyon of Arizona in the United States.
02-Krai Woog Gumpen
Krai Woog Gumpen is a waterfall in the Hotzenwald, a remote part of the southern Black Forest. It wasn’t discovered until 1952 and then subsequently made more accessible (although you still need to drive on narrow roads deep into the forest). The name is of Alemannic origin and means “roaring waterfall into basin”.
03-Wallaman Falls, Queensland
Dubbed as waterfalls from heaven, this falls is located near the Hongryong temple in Yang-san, Korea.
05-Mardis Mill Falls
A little different view of Mardis Mill Falls.
The 45 foot tall Lake Falls in Matthiessen State Park, near Utica, Illinois. Ice is beginning to form along the canyon walls.
07-Waterfalls at Midnight (Taken in Iceland)
08-Alone at the Raging Waterfall of Gulfoss, Iceland
10-James River Waterfall
11-Cedar Falls in autumn
Cedar Falls is located in Petit Jean State Park near Morrilton, Arkansas.
12-Sunset over Iguazu
The great thing about the Brazilian side of Iguazu is that there are no limits on taking pictures at any time of day….(unlike the Argentinian side).
13-The Ice-Blue Pure Glacial Water Runoff
Taken at the mountains of Glacier National Park.
Waterfall at the base of the Frankfort resort, stone steps lead down to this semi-cavernous area of cascading water
This is Magnolia Falls, located in the NW part of Arkansas in the fabulous Buffalo River Valley.
16-The water music
Plitvicka lakes (Croatia)
Falls City, Oregon.
18-Hamilton Pool near Austin, Texas by Dave Wilson Photography
Hamilton Pool is one of the best kept secrets in Central Texas. The place is a spectacular circular swimming hole half covered over by the massive remains of the previous cave’s roof.
19-Upper Desoto Falls
This is the upper section right before the main drop of the Desoto Falls.
20-Wide and Long
This shows the upper section of the fall on the top left where most people take their shot of Kirkjufell in the background.
Located in Chella, Valencia
22-Wulai Waterfall, Taipei
Deep with in the Chinnar Wildlife sanctuary lies the spectacular Thoovanam water falls. The river Pambar flows eastwards through the sanctuary and forms the waterfalls. The enormous waterfall on the Chinnar River , with its breathtaking silvery cascade is a major tourist attraction.
Wigan is a town in Greater Manchester, England.
26-Life is a waterfall
Night shot, long exposure.
Taken in Disneyland Paris in Adventureland.
29-Cascade Langevin In Reunion Island
Waterfall at Juneau’s Salmon Bay in Alaska