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Photograph Waterfalls! With Pro Photographer Mark Hemmings

Create silky smooth waterfall photos with your DSLR, mirrorless or iPhone cameras

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What you will learn

  • Waterfall photography

  • Slow shutter photography

  • Long exposure photography

  • Nature photography

What are the requirements for taking your course

  • Cameras: DSLR, mirrorless, or iPhone.

  • Gear: Tripod, remote shutter release, and three filters (explained in the course)

Who is this course for

  • Beginner to intermediate hobbyist photographers who want to create silky smooth waterfalls images


In this photography course, you will discover how professional nature photographers create those silky smooth waterfall photos that everyone loves!

You may be thinking that you need expensive photography gear to capture brilliant slow-shutter waterfall photos. Not true! Here is a list of the minimal gear that you will need to create stunning waterfall images:

  • CAMERA: Any DSLR or mirrorless camera will work, using whatever lenses you already own.

  • iPHONE: If you don't own a larger camera, there is a bonus module devoted entirely to iPhone waterfall photography.

  • TRIPOD: Even the cheapest, plastic tripod will work just fine for you. No need to break the bank!

  • FILTERS (Optional): To extend your waterfall photos beyond 30 seconds, Mark explains which filters will work well for you, and why.

Please watch the promo video for this course to get a visual understanding of what you will be able to create with your own camera after finishing the course.

There is no risk in you investing in this course! If its not working out for you, simply request a refund within 30 days and there will be no hard feelings :)

My name is Mark Hemmings, and I would encourage you to do a Google search for "Mark Hemmings Photography" to confirm that I am legit, and well-positioned to guide you in any course instructing scenario. I love teaching photography, and I hope to see YOU within the course!

How Time of Day Impacts Our Photography


Noontime Waterfall Photography

Evening Waterfall Photography

Taking Photos After Sunset/Before Sunrise

Using a Fast Shutter Speed

Aperture Priority and How to Use Filters


Using a Filter When Photographing Waterfalls

Using a Circular Polarizer Lens when Photographing Waterfalls

EV Explained

EV Steps Settings

Using a 5 Stop ND Filter

Using a 10 Stop ND Filter

The Rule of 30

Manual Mode and Creating Long Exposures


Using a Cable Release

Long Exposure When Photographing Waterfalls

Dealing with Noise Reduction


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