SUMMARY: There are many different ways to shoot waterfalls than just from the front.
Don't just take waterfall photos straight on. Walk around and look for different angles that focus on varying aspects of the waterfall's beauty; these shots can also help showcase the waterfall's true size.
If you're lucky enough to find a waterfall that you can walk behind, this is an excellent opportunity to take unique photos. Be sure to keep your digital camera dry, and bring along a lint-free cloth in case a few water droplets reach the lens.
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