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Christina Falls Mt Rainer

When I look this photo of Christine Falls in Mt Rainer National Park, I see the technical details that went into it and I am pleased with the results. I like the way my eye is drawn into the scene, how the vibrance makes the image jump off the screen; but then I feel a peacefulness, I want to walk into the Falls and feel the spray (I didn’t risk the climbing down, some people did), I feel a love for the beauty of nature, an appreciation of the beauty of our world, I am at peace. 

Apr 25, 2020
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Christina Falls Mt Rainer

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When I look this photo of Christine Falls in Mt Rainer National Park, I see the technical details that went into it and I am pleased with the results. I like the way my eye is drawn into the scene, how the vibrance makes the image jump off the screen; but then I feel a peacefulness, I want to walk into the Falls and feel the spray (I didn’t risk the climbing down, some people did), I feel a love for the beauty of nature, an appreciation of the beauty of our world, I am at peace. 
Christine Falls Mt Rainer

Christine Falls is an iconic location in Mt Rainer Nt Pk. I wanted to ‘document’ it and try to create art. I used a tripod and long shutter speed to blur the water. I took several shots at different exposures to get the full dynamic range (HDR), I took three groupings moving down the scene to get it all in (Pano), in post processing (Lightroom, Aurora HDR, and Photoshop) I combined the three exposures (HDR), Stitched the three groupings into the Pano, and added an Orton effect and dodge and burn in Photoshop to soften the foliage and deepen the shadows. Canon 80D,20mm (Canon EF-S 18-135mm), Aperture priority HDR bracketing 0.8 sec to 6.0 sec., f/22, ISO 100. July 7, 2018 Now the person next to me, who just walked down the steps and snapped a picture with their cell phone, has a great picture too. The water won’t be blurred but who cares.

Apr 25, 2020
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Christine Falls Mt Rainer Capture Date: Mar 29, 2020 02:52 PM
Christine Falls Mount Rainer National Park
Camera:Canon EOS 80DISO Speed:100Exposure:0.8 secAperture:f / 22.0Focal Length:20 mmFlash:Did not Fire
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Christine Falls is an iconic location in Mt Rainer Nt Pk. I wanted to ‘document’ it and try to create art. I used a tripod and long shutter speed to blur the water. I took several shots at different exposures to get the full dynamic range (HDR), I took three groupings moving down the scene to get it all in (Pano), in post processing (Lightroom, Aurora HDR, and Photoshop) I combined the three exposures (HDR), Stitched the three groupings into the Pano, and added an Orton effect and dodge and burn in Photoshop to soften the foliage and deepen the shadows. Canon 80D,
20mm (Canon EF-S 18-135mm), Aperture priority HDR bracketing 0.8 sec to 6.0 sec., f/22, ISO 100. July 7, 2018
 


Now the person next to me, who just walked down the steps and snapped a picture with their cell phone, has a great picture too. The water won’t be blurred but who cares.
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Eileen McLaughlinMar 30, 2020 07:39 AM

What a beautiful picture. It is also very calming.

Richard IsenhartMar 30, 2020 07:41 AM

Thank you. Calming is what we need right now,

Leslie RappMar 30, 2020 09:05 AM

Thanks Dick. Lovely photo.

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