Dutchman Falls, Worlds End State Park  
     

Dutchman Falls, Worlds End State Park

I timed my Dutchman Falls (near Worlds End State Park) photography so that the sun would be completely set at this vantage point - to avoid any hotspots in the frame. Plenty of small streams of water make a wide variety of compositions available at this location.
 
I generally use manual exposures when photographing waterfalls. Set the aperture for the depth of field/sharpness needed, set the ISO to 100 (usually) and set the shutter so that a very small area of the brightest water is overexposed (blinking highlights).

Camera and Lens Settings
35mm  f/11.0  3.2s  ISO 100  5760 x 3840px
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