How to photograph waterfalls in Iceland

Using a slow shutter speed, combined with a tripod will create a milky water effect  such as the one in this photo!

See the foggy smudge in this photo? That's where a raindrop hit the ND filter I was using.

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You're probably familiar with the waterfalls around the golden circle, Godafoss up north etc but Iceland has 100s of waterfalls for you to discover. Leave the main drag, and you'll find some amazing waterfalls.

Using a tripod helps with things like camera shake, slowing down water to create milky water and also raising your camera for higher points of view!