It all started when I had this crazy-person idea to precariously lean over a large boulder in about a foot and a half of rapids. I continued the good ideas by setting up my tripod in a very questionably safe way. The tripod was basically submerged, so at that point it was more of a subpod. I had the camera a few inches from the water. Between each shot, it was necessary to wipe the lens front. I drenched all my microfiber cloths in a matter of minutes.
Ok, enough of my dramatics. I worked pretty hard to get a clean foreground composition here at the famous Proxy Falls.
Thanks for looking.
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A little bit of selective coloring done in post processing in CS6.
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This shot is very dark, and i could light it a bit up,,but decided not to,because this is was it actually looked like.
Im very much in love with this 3min long exposure because of the effect it is giving the sky.
It was dangerous to walk around on the slippery rocks in the dark, but worth the risk.
For the optimal experience, it may be preferable to view this with/on black background.
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