Kartik Kannan’s continues his photographic journey of Dudhsagar in this fourth part of the series!
One interesting game to play at the base of the waterfall as a group is to dunk into the water, and hold your breath, and then come out. The one who spends least time inside, has to photograph the rest, for the next iteration.
Another interesting thing worth observing are the patterns of water when people splash about in water.
Do watch out for the contrast between water against the rocks, and the bright sunlight on the other rocks.
For Photography enthusiasts, this is a good opportunity to use a slow shutter to capture the motion of the water.
If you are getting too much light because of a long exposure, it may be wise to carry along a Neutral Density filter for your lense, so as to cut off unwanted light by 2 F stops.
- Lights on the Water (salmonfishingqueen.wordpress.com)
- Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – III (missionsharingknowledge.wordpress.com)
- Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – I (missionsharingknowledge.wordpress.com)
- Dudhsagar Falls Goa Karnataka Border (georgetgeorge.wordpress.com)
- Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – II (missionsharingknowledge.wordpress.com)
- A Day Trip to Dudhsagar Falls (makemytripnow.wordpress.com)