30+ Amazing Examples of Waterfalls Photography
Iguazu Falls (Foz do Iguassu) at sunrise, Brazil
Photography By : Richard Bernabe
The weeping walls of Mossbrae Falls.
Photography By : Aaron Reed
My sister met me in the gorge for a couple of day hikes. We stopped at the popular Multnomah Falls to capture a memoriable Autumn moment. The inspiration behind this shot came from Northwest Photographer Darren White.
Photography By : Steven Michael
Photography By : Dan Fields
Harrison Wright Falls, Ricketts Glen State Park
Photography By : John Maslowski
Godafoss Iceland, This appropriately named ‘Falls of the Gods’ was in fine form during our visit in August 2010. The wind was blowing upstream and there was passing moments of light on the falls themselves.
Photography By : Dylan & Marianne Toh
Photography By : Bill Church
Ramona Falls · Mt. Hood National Forest · Zigzag · Oregon · USA
Photography By : Tula Top
An amazing sunset at Arizona’s Grand Falls.
Photography By : Dee Nichols
Photography By : Alex Mody
Frozen Niagara Falls at Night.
Photography By : Peicong Liu
Falls in New York state…
Photography By : zach bright
A raptor soars over the mighty Victoria Falls on the Zambian side.
Photography By : Mario Moreno
Upper Kanarra Creek Falls surrounded by ice!
Photography By : Bill Ratcliffe
I have been doing a lot of re-editing lately getting photos ready for my website, which I hope to launch next fall.
Photography By : Joel Brady-Power
Photography By : Vadim Dmitriyev
It’s hard enough to make original pictures, but with some subjects it simply borders the impossible. When I was at Victoria Falls last year, I thought about the billions of photographs that must have been taken there, and I almost decided to just visit the place without my camera. That was until I spoke with some of the local people, who told me that they had seen a bull elephant crossing the Zambezi river the day before. During my research I had not seen any images of the falls with an elephant in it, so I decided to stay a few extra days and try my luck. The course of the Zambezi is dotted with numerous tree-covered islands, which increase in number as the river approaches the falls. As the dry season takes effect, the islets on the crest become wider and more numerous, and with the water level of the Zambezi dropping, once submerged walkways and fresh foraging possibilities present themselves. This elephant was apparently aware of this. On the third day I left very early with a small boat to reach my location. On my way to the edge I suddenly saw the lone bull wading through shallow parts of the river, but it was far away and light levels were low, so I decided to continue to the falls. I took some sunrise shots and half an hour later I saw the elephant approaching the falls. I quickly collected my gear and moved carefully towards the edge where the water plummeted into a 360ft chasm – not particularly nice when you’re afraid of heights… I set everything up in order to include as much as possible of the falls and made a composition. Luckily the elephant was aware of my preference to shoot into the light, so his position couldn’t be better. After I took the shots, I knew I had just witnessed and captured something very special. Later that day local people confirmed this by telling me that they had never seen an elephant so close to the edge of the falls before – exactly what I wanted to hear! This image was featured as a double page spread in National Geographic.
Photography By : Marsel van Oosten
Devil’s Punchbowl Falls in Arthur’s Pass National Park, New Zealand.
Photography By : Remi Boucher
OK, first off, no clue if that’s what the actual name of this falls is. In fact, I think it’s an unnamed falls, so we’re going with Corkscrew. Sound good? Cool
Photography By : Steve Perry
Photography By : Jasper resari
Yosemite Falls over Sentinel Meadow
Photography By : Chris Sargent
201 second exposure? Yes please
Photography By : RC Concepcion
Somersby Falls NSW Australia.a view from underneath my last photo.
Photography By : Warren Patten
I am back from holiday from USA.
My first destination I visited was Niagara Falls.
Photography By : Kai Buddensiek
Cold feet. Warm heart. Fat face
Photography By : Miles Morgan
South Falls · Lower Silver Creek · Silver Creek State Park · Silverton · Oregon · USA
Photography By : Tula Top
Kegon falls in Nikko, Japan
Photography By : Jose Antonio Montoya
Photography By : Yuri Ovchinnikov
Sylvia Falls, Valley of the Waters, Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia
Photography By : Yury Prokopenko
September, 2010: The Sunwapta River cascades over Upper Sunwapta Falls in Jasper National Park on a stormy afternoon. Alberta, Canada.
Photography By : Sarah Marino-Fischler
Photography By : Vulture Labs
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This is Ramona Falls, Oregon, This location was a bit surreal, dappled light filtered through the trees, cool and misty, needed to keep the front lens filter dry. The 8 second exposure resulted in a silky look to the water.
Photography By : Paul Bartell
I went to Proxy Falls today. It was very hard to take photos because of lots of misty spray from the falls. I need to go back again later in late summer (probably not this year) I would say proxy falls is one of the best waterfalls I have been in the US
Photography By : Pete Piriya
McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, Shasta County, California
Photography By : Jeff Swanson
Washington State USA Palouse Falls are nearly 200 feet high and it seems like an entire ocean must flow over them every minute. I couldn’t believe when I read that Tyler Bradt went over in a kayak and lived. There are also no fences on the 400 foot cliff so if you’re afraid of heights this probably isn’t a good place to hang out.
Photography By : Vincent Piotrowski