Have you ever find yourself taking water pictures in the perfect spot to later find out than your photographs turned out different than you expected in the first place? With just a few adjustments and water photography tips, you can take your pictures to the next level.
ADJUST THE SHUTTER SPEED
- Slow shutter speeds and long exposures for silky and smooth pictures
- Fast shutter speeds to freeze splashes and movement
PLAY WITH REFLECTIONS
- Still water
- Avoiding reflections with a polarizer filter
- Turn your pictures upside down
LOOK FOR A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW
- Get wet and shot underwater (or in between)
- Get closer to capture bubbles and water drops
- Adjust the depth of field
- Try a wide open aperture
- Picture frozen water, ice and snow as well
FIND UNIQUE SPOTS FOR STUNNING PICTURES
BE READY AT THE RIGHT TIME
MIX TECHNIQUES LIKE HDR AND BLACK AND WHITE
AND, OVERALL, DO NOT FORGET TO HAVE FUN!
What comes next? Find out more travel photography tips here and let us know which other photography tips you would love to read about!
Great tips and super photos
Thanks so much! Keep coming back, we’ll post more 😉
Wow, great pics! Great tips! Seems like one tip you forgot is:
Go to Galicia, Spain. 😉
You’re right! 🙂 Galicia is always a perfect background!
Inma, the photos are gorgeous! You hada great idea for this post, and people will love it! Have a good day!
Thanks Sara 🙂 Glad you like it!
Amazing, Inma!! You know that I’m in love with your pics, but there are some here that I truly adore 🙂 Great job! I wish I could make this kind of great shots 🙂
After following you for a while and falling in love with your Iceland video, we are sure that’s not true!! You take OUTSTANDING photographs girl! 🙂
El agua, en calma o en movimiento…
Habeis conseguido fotos espectaculares y sorprendentes.
Gracias! 🙂 Se hace lo que se puede
Nice tips and ideas on how to look at taking water pictures differently.
Thanks for commenting Kimmy 🙂 Glad you liked it!