Moonlit waterfall in Sarek, Northern Sweden
- Taken: September 9, 2016
- Location: Sarek National Park, Northern Sweden - Map
One of the best reasons to hike the Lapland is that almost all the moving water is drinkable straight from streams. Taking photos like these is not hard at all. You just have to have manual settings in camera and a tripod. Place camera on tripod, manually focus on waterfall using light of you phone or flashlight, set shutterspeed to 30sec, aperture to ~f4, ISO as low as possible and see what happens. Usually the results are pretty amazing. 😉
Tip: When shooting at night time keep your accessories in your pockets. There’s nothing more soul eating than look for lens cap in pitch black darkness when your friend are chilling by the bonfire.
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