Dealing with the elements: Photographing beautiful Australian waterfalls in the rain
posted Monday, October 23, 2017 at 10:00 AM EDT
Photographer Andrew Marr is back in his native Australia after a series of videos from his travels in Iceland. Australia is a gorgeous country that I don't think gets nearly enough attention for its landscapes. Hopefully the new video from Marr below helps change that.
In this latest video, Marr is heading to a waterfall inland just slightly from the coast. While he missed sunrise, a large cloud bank was forecasted to move in, bringing with it some heavy rains. We can see that the conditions proved quite challenging for photography when he arrived at Quinninup Falls. He has a few tricks up his sleeve to help keep his gear protected not only from the weather, but also from the water spraying off the waterfall.
For gear used, Marr has a Nikon 17-35mm lens attached to a Nikon D810 camera body. He used a polarizer and a 0.9 graduated neutral density filter. To see more of Andrew Marr's work, visit his website and follow him on Instagram.
(Via Andrew Marr)