The low sloping angle coupled with the perspective from shooting this at 14mm makes it appear to be a rather small waterfall… but in reality this beauty is well over 100ft tall and cascades amazingly down this series of striated rock. Probably one of the coolest waterfalls I’ve had the chance to shoot. Kudos to Candace for bird dogging this one after researching hundreds of waterfalls.
Anyways, I recently released a tutorial video that covers some of the techniques I use in my processing, including techniques used in this photo. I also lead in-field workshops, teach processing online via Skype screen sharing, and blah blah blah.
Also, I’m happy to announce that I will be co-leading a tour in March with my friend Arild Heitmann! 10 epic days of chasing light across Norway. Mountains, beaches, beaches with mountains, Aurora, long arctic sunrises and sunsets. It’s destined to be the trip of lifetime!
You can check it all out at Ryan Dyar Photography.
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Who still remembers my post yesterday from Mt. Hood?!
Kingdom of a Mountain
This is a photo from diagonally back left, where you can better see the rising fog I mentioned. It made my return march through the forest a little later really creepy :-). I absolutely love such alpine vegetation. It all looks a bit enchanting and gnarled, like in a fairyland.
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Ramona Falls · Mt. Hood National Forest · Rhododendron · Oregon · USA
I’m not certain this is the most original take on Ramona Falls, but I really wanted to make an image that captured the sheer grandeur and mystique of the 120-foot-tall tessellated cascade and believed a slightly underexposed monochrome approach was the way to go. If this doesn’t quite do it for you, then all I can suggest is for you to lay eyes upon it yourself someday. 😉
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