Woodlands are amazing, and undergrowth is just as beautiful. You can find moss, tiny plants, leaves… The colors are so good, especially in autumn, and when you add a shallow depth of field, the end result is a fantastic photograph. These shots are from the woods near the Riva Waterfalls in South Tyrol, Italy.
Moving water is one of the hardest subjects to shoot in the landscape category, and that’s because of shutter speed. On one hand, setting a faster shutter speed allows to “freeze” water, but the image looks somewhat artificial and harsh – at least to me. Setting a slower shutter speed, on the other hand, can… Continue reading Rivers and Waterfalls