Words by Emma Kay.
Taking pictures of water can produce some very rewarding shots. Here are just ten of the ways you can photograph it.
Bubbles are pretty, and can give some great rainbow effects in the air, but they look equally as good as foam on water, producing some great abstract images.
Water drop images are great to look at and are quite easy to make. This tutorial will show you how to do it.
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On still lakes, reflections can make for some great shots and our quick list of tips will give you the basic knowledge you need to shoot them well.
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Fast flowing and wild, or slowly trickling down rocks, rivers and streams can make some enticing shots. In this article you'll learn what makes them so interesting as well as some tips on how to shoot them successfully.
Birds like ducks and swans can really add another element of interest to water shots. Here are our top tips on photographing these animals.
Some great action shots can be captured of water sports such as wind surfing, water skiing and yachting. Surfing is also a good one, but this will require a high shutter speed.
Learn how to capture great images of wrecks, fish and coral with this quick tutorial.
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Rain can add some interesting verticals to a shot. Sheets of rain can really add to the landscape while equally, it can make an interesting backdrop for close-up work.
Try deliberately freezing objects in blocks of ice for an abstract look, or simply go and get some shots of frozen lakes or pools. Frost always looks good, too.
Technically, this is water! And it can help you create some fantastic landscapes.