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Proxy Falls is one of the most frequently photographed waterfalls in the country. There should be no need to remind you to bring your good lenses to this location. Overcast is absolutely essential, because direct sunlight can cause absolutely horrid contrast issues. The falls face north so direct sunlight isn't a huge problem, but light on the surrounding trees definitely is. A wide angle lens is recommended from the base of the falls - 28mm will suffice from further back, but from up close going as wide as 10mm can produce outstanding results. Remember your macro lenses here as well - Proxy poses some of the best macro water studies available. Spray will most likely be an issue from the base of the falls.