Shoot water photography indoors
Don’t fancy shooting water photography outside? Well, there are plenty of options and ways to get great images in the comfort of your own home.
Apart from having tea and coffee on hand, shooting inside also means you won’t have to battle the elements such as wind, which can make it impossible to get sharp close-ups.
The other advantage with this indoor approach is that you have much more control over the lighting. However, you do need to watch out for reflections in the water when shooting indoors.
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