The Kuang Si waterfalls, located in Laos, are a photographer’s dream come true. Against the tree filled backdrop, the multi-tiered pools of glassy, turquoise water flowing over into one another are the kind of photo ops most of us can only dream of stumbling across. The photo below, taken by a Thai photographer, Banky Yknab, is the perfect example:
To get this wide angle, the photographer used a focal length of 20mm using his Canon 60D. A one second shutter speed was all he needed to get the subtle milky water effect using an aperture of f/32 and an ISO 100.
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