How to Get Crisp Images While Shooting From a Suspension Bridge

Hey guys! Brent here with part two of my seven part Quick Tip series: Photographing Waterfalls and Streams. If you missed it, here is Part 1: Reducing Glare on Water

Today, I’m in Dorrigo National Park shooting the Crystal Shower Falls from a suspension bridge. And I’m going to give you my super simple tip on how to get crisp images while shooting from a suspension bridge. In fact, it seems almost simplistic, yet many people don’t think about it when they’re in this situation.

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Wait until all people have cleared the bridge before taking your photograph! Here’s why: When you have your camera on a tripod on a suspension bridge (or you are acting as your own tripod), people walking on it will cause up and down, swaying movement which will result in blurry images.

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Thanks for watching! If you want to see part 1 of this quicktip series click HERE

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