This one required some setup. While the family hiked up to the bridge, I experimented with my tripod and used an ND filter to allow for the longer exposure. The lens flare added to the overall effect.
1/6 sec at f/22, ISO 200, 18 mm
Sometimes during a downpour, you just want to go outside and enjoy it. It is especially lovely as the sun comes out. This was captured in my backyard at the end of a squall on a tripod.
0.4 sec at f/8.0, ISO 100, 200mm
These manmade water features at resorts can be taken for granted, but this one, with its overgrown moss, was not so ordinary. Using a handheld exposure, this floating scene emerged.
1/4 sec at f/11, ISO 100, 65mm
Also manmade, this water feature not only exhibited the deep green mosses, but also highlighted the steel blue of the rock features. The statue at the base only made the overall scene all that more relaxing.
1/4 sec at f/11, ISO 100, 65mm
Sol Duc Falls
A lovely hike in the Olympic Peninsula culminates with this serene view.
You never know when a tripod will come in handy. As we descending into this valley, it was apparent that the light coming from above would light up the foliage while allowing for a long exposure on the waterfalls.
1.6 sec at f/18, ISO 100, 20mm
Angel Falls Downstream
Just downstream from Angel Falls is this "rapid." Taken as an HDR, this exposure exemplifies the value of a high ND filter. The water turned smooth while maintaining the saturation of the living growth.
30 sec at f/11, ISO 100, 44mm.
Lower Seven Falls
Right at the base, the colorful flowers in the foreground contrast the granite behind. 0.5sec at f/16, ISO 50, 35mm
This is the mid section of the falls. First one up, so was able to get this shot without vibrations! 4.0sec at f/16, ISO 50, 35mm
The very top of Seven Falls, this sprawling view is only obtainable by crossing a natural log bridge. 8.0sec at f/16, ISO 100, 35mm
Taken during a storm, these falls were at full throttle! 2.5 sec at f/22, ISO 50, 14mm. Nikon D500 and Nikkor 14-24 2.8.
Snoquera Falls descend more than 400 feet from this cliff face. It's called the Yosemite of the Cascades!
A serene little fall on the way to Snoquera Falls. www.cutyerheartout.com
Across from the White River, Skookum Falls comes down gracefull in morning fog.
Hraunfossar waterfalls emerge not from a river, but from between layers of lava! So cool! 3s at f/11, ISO 64, 102mm
Hraunfossar waterfalls emerge not from a river, but from between layers of lava! So cool! 20s at f/11, ISO 64, 70mm
The churning bright Hvati river above Hraunfossar! 1/500s at f/5, ISO 100, 27mm
Hraunfossar lasts for quite a bit as you can see with this wide angle view! 1/8s at f/18, ISO 50, 36mm
Londrangar Intimate Landscape
This photo calls to me. It has the churning teal ocean, a bird in flight, and endless waterfalls. 1/8s at f/11, ISO 160, 200mm
Look at Me!
People make some great poses in front of a monster like this! The scale is apparent! 1/60s at f/8, ISO 125, 170mm
Skogafoss Long Exposure
Just a magestic sight. This waterfall is powerful and wide. 333s at f/8, ISO 64, 85mm
Skogafoss at Night
The Milky Way rising about the falls made this scene pretty spectacular. Merged picture.