17. Perfect water motion

In this chapter Karl is near a lovely stream and waterfall to show you how to capture movement in flowing water. By demonstrating the fantastic effects that different slow shutter speeds can have on flowing water. Hopefully this chapter will show you just how easy it is to get majestic water shots and inspire you to get out there and shoot some special photos of your own. Additionally the use of ND filters and Polarizing filters to perfect this type of shot is also covered by Karl in this chapter so you’ll have all the knowledge to create some stunning shots just like his.

NOTE: This photography class is available with English subtitles.


    1. Karl always uses the standard 100mm system as the widest he tends to go is the 16-35mm Canon lens or 24mm Hasselblad lens, the SW150 is more for physically wider lenses

  1. Magical place. Certainly learning how the use of grad filters can even up the exposure for more consistent results. Thanks.

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