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Photo-hike: Indian Run Falls

Indian Run is a beautiful creek that runs East through Dublin to the Scioto River. The creek has lots of vibrant plant life, impressive rock walls, and both a cascading and a sheet waterfall. The park has a dirt trail that follows along the Southern rim of the gorge and provides a nice view of the trees and creek below. Hopefully the wind will have died down by the evening so we can do some macro/closeup photography, but either way, the light should be perfect for capturing the movement of the water.  


7:20 - 7:30 Meet in parking lot (FREE PARKING)

7:30 - 9:30 Photo-hike along the Indian Run Creek

Tips for success:

• Bring a tripod and use it

• Use remote trigger or set your camera to 10sec timer

• Use mirror lockup feature on camera

• Remove your UV filter (after sunset)

• Dress in clothes that can get dirty. 

• Bring bug spray


Rain or shine!

Creative Idea:

Using a tripod, experiment with freezing or blurring moving subjects (like the water) by using either fast (e.g, 1/60 sec. or faster) or slow (e.g, 1/30 sec. or slower) shutter speeds.

Hiking Information:

The dirt trail along the rim of the gorge is a well maintained and only 0.4 miles long. There are several non-designated trails made by off-trail hikers that lead down to the creek and gorge. If you choose to explore the areas beyond the designated trail (with or without my guidance) - you do so at your own risk. 

I'm looking forward to going out and making photographs with you! Please let me know if you have any questions.

Ua (you-ah) Chamberlain

Note: This is not an instructional photo-walk. Our goal is to make photographs together, not to teach photography. Questions are fine and learning from one another is important, lets just make sure we direct our focus on making images. If you are interested in training, please visit:  

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  • Rob S.

    Great evening spent with new friends.

    1 · July 6, 2014

  • Debbie K.

    I've lived near this park and never knew it existed. Great little gem. Loved the water cascades and falls. And, as a bonus feature, Ua showed us where there was a cool little cave in the cliffs. Great group of photographers.

    1 · July 6, 2014

  • Ken C.


    1 · July 5, 2014

  • Jim B.

    Hi, I hope there will be an opening before this photoshoot.

    July 5, 2014

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