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You'll need a wide angle lens to get the whole falls in one shot. Otherwise, anything works well. Slow shutter speeds are nice in the summer, but be sure to set it long enough to blur the upper tier (maybe around 3 seconds). A green filter would bring out the moss around the falls. The overlooks have recently been rebuilt, so a wide angle lens is more necessary when shooting from the base of the falls (28mm at least).