Waterfall At Frozen Head

Under an eroded rock ledge at the Frozen Head State Park, on the Cumberland Plateau in Tennessee, this photograph captures the 20-foot tall Emory Gap Falls. Prints are available through Pixels, ArtFlakes and ArtPal.

By Phil

I'm a self-taught graphic artist with a penchant for all things creative, and feature an eclectic collection of unusually imaginative designs available through various print-on-demand galleries. Enjoy a look around my portfolio, collections and blog, and follow me on Twitter for more updates - thanks!

9 comments

    1. I would say that it’s important to learn to shoot in Manual Mode, but not always. For waterfalls, I prefer using Aperture Priority Mode, with low light and a tripod. Look to include leading lines within your composition, and, if possible, explore areas off the beaten path – there’s so much to see! Also, there are lots of good video tutorials, I’ve found.

      1. Thank you, I will get to know the camers and play around. Playing and observation are some of the highest forms of learning. Have a wonderful day Phil!

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