2 QUICK TIPS For Better Waterfall Photography Composition

I’ve said it before and I’ll keep saying until the day that I die.

The best way to improve your photography isn’t through buying more expensive gear.

The best way to improve your landscape photography is to invest your time in understanding how to shoot better compositions.

Compositions are the ways in which your photographs are constructed.

In simpler terms, a composition is the way that you place objects within the frame.

Now, in landscape photography that would be your foregrounds, your midgrounds, your backgrounds, your subjects, and so on.

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Waterfall photography composition is no different. The compositions in your waterfall photography are of the utmost importance because a waterfall without a good composition is a photograph that is eventually going to fall short whether or not you have the most amazing light ever seen by a human eye.

Composition is something that can be improved over long periods of time through practice and understanding of your surroundings, but here are two quick tips that you can use to shoot better waterfall photography composition.

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