Tag Archive: Waterfalls

Waterfall Side View

Photographing the Sgwd Yr Eira waterfall from the side represents an interesting photographic challenge. The rock face behind the waterfall is in deep shadow, and is at least 3 stops darker than the… Continue reading

Sgwd Yr Eira Again

Back to waterfalls I’m afraid. This is Sgwd Yr Eira from the ‘normal’ side. You can quite clearly see the people behind the waterfall, and I’m grateful they held still for the two… Continue reading

Below the Falls

The other good thing about waterfalls is they can make an interesting backdrop to those long exposure images where you capture the flow of water through the frame. At the top is Sgwd… Continue reading

Sgwd Isaf Clun Gwyn

Of all the waterfalls i visited that day, this was my favourite. The gentle curve on the falls made for a great image. Exposure was a little challenging – in reality the rocks… Continue reading

Sgwd Yr Eira

The Sgwd Yr Eira waterfall is a photographers dream. Not only can you take images from all the usual angles, but you can set up your camera behind the water and shoot out.… Continue reading


In a little secluded valley in the Black Mountains, I took the opportunity to practice long exposure waterfall shots, courtesy of a 10 stop ND grad filter. Mental note – I must remember… Continue reading

Stanley Force

I’ve got a little catching up to do on all things blogging (work, I’m afraid), but there’s still time for a post. Hidden away in a quiet side valley off the main Esk… Continue reading

Waterfall in The Black Mountains

The waterfall sits in a little valley just off the path, and is a great place to take a break. On a sunny day, I wanted to smooth out the motion if the… Continue reading

Goredale Scar

Taken on a cloudy day with poor light, the waterfall at Goredale Scar is still impressive. The fall starts through the hole in a rock wall at the top, then splits in two… Continue reading

Waterfall on Aira Beck

A 1 second exposure was enough to smooth out the flow of the beck, on a day when I saw plenty of rain