Landscape Photography Tips

I Found a TOP Spot for Waterfall Photography

Becoming professional in Landscape photography sounds fun but most of the time it gets really daunting. You must be willing to get sweaty, endlessly tired, and sleepless to get a perfect landscape photo.

This video covers Christian Irmler’s most recent landscape photography adventure, which was rather a hard one. Christian went for a stimulating and unplanned landscape photography session after a hard week of endless work. Being unplanned and tired did make it hard but it does not mean it was not enjoyable. After quite a hike, he stumbled upon a great waterfall spot and found some crazy compositions with his creativity and skills like those he always does in the most uncertain situations.

Watch till the end to find out tips that will help create your next masterpiece if you ever get stuck in similar boots.

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"I toally risk with the weather, but I would risk much more if I would stay at home, because staying at home always leads into 100% fail."

Christian Irmler - Landscape Photographer and great-great grandnephew of Gustav Klimt (6th degree)

 

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