Photo © Chin Leong Teo
Iguassu Falls is the world's largest waterfall system. It is located at the border of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay, and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This photo was taken at the Argentinian side at a location known as the "Devil's Throat", where most of the water volume gushes through a narrow U shaped channel.
A 10-stop big stopper and a graduated ND filter were used to enable a long exposure during the bright noon sun.
Chin Leong Teo SINGAPORE
Chin Leong Teo is a multi-award-winning Singaporean amateur photographer.
He participated in his first photography competition in June 2013 and won first prize. Since then, he has won top prizes and has been conferred honours in more than 100 international photography circuits, salons and exhibitions. His recognitions include multiple Fédération Internationale de l'Art Photographique (FIAP) Blue Badges for being the best author in photography salons, FIAP Gold Medals, and Photographic Society of America (PSA) Gold Medals.
In November 2014, his work was showcased in the Guardian Newspaper in the UK.
In 2018, he was listed as the world's top 20 photographer in PSA Who's Who 2018 List for PIDC (Projected Image Division - Colour), PIDM (Projected Image Division - Monochrome) and PTD (Photo Travel Division).
In 2019, Chin Leong won the Pangea Prize at the Siena Photo Awards 2019, as well as 5 Remarkable Awards, making him the most awarded photographer at the event. He was also crowned the winner of the Discovery category of the inaugural ROAM Awards 2019.
Chin Leong's photography philosophy is to capture "all things beautiful God created" and to continue to grow and evolve his photographic sense and acumen.
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