Digital Waterfall Photography

Digital waterfall photography is not photography, per se; it is its own brand of art. Under the general category of ‘digital art’ photography takes on new dimensions, new possibilities. Modern digital cameras, including cell phones, are full fledged computers which can not only take pictures, but adjust brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, vibrance and color balance, to name a few adjustments possible on any single image. Many modern digital cameras, including cell phones, have ‘filters’ which allow for specialized effects such as watercolor or oil painting effect, black and white renditions, soft focus, grainy film, sepia toned, pen and ink drawing, pastel, and more.

All of these kinds of adjustments or effects can be made in-camera; or, they can be done in photo editing software, most often with third party filters. The images in this post are all adjusted after the fact using watercolor and oil paint filters to create the effect you see. These images are not presented as ‘photographs’ but more accurately as digital photographs and even more to the point, digital photography art, thus the name of this post, digital waterfall photography…

 

Digital Waterfall Photography

digital waterfall photography is photography, and digital art, applied to waterfalls

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