Waterfall Wednesday 10/5/2022

AlanLichty

Moderator
My starter falls for today are a very different view of Multnomah Falls taken with a drone out over the Columbia River. I originally didn't think these were Multnomah as I had never really seen it from the side but after I reviewed the GPS metadata in the flight logs I could see that the drone was facing Multnomah when I snapped the shot.

DJI_M3CRGMultnomahSide162.jpg


Pile on with your own waterfall imagery.
 

AlanLichty

Moderator
Bridalveil Falls in Yosemite Valley is little more than a trickle at this point in the season.
Wow - that really is just a trickle at this point in the season. That is also true for the waterfalls up in my area including Multnomah Falls in my image. When I shot Elowah Falls in August it was already bordering on not flowing at all and it hasn't really rained much since then.
 

Ken Rennie

Well-Known Member
Clashnessie Falls, from my recent trip North. I have never processed a waterfall like this before. Luckily I caught the sun in exactly the right position, earlier and it would have been visible in the shot, later and it would have shone on the water. I really need a person to show scale as this waterfall is 50ft high but looks much smaller. Three 1/6s shots mean merged to produce this, spray on the lens problem with longer exposures. Ken
1951 to 1953 merge copy 2.jpg
 

AlanLichty

Moderator
Clashnessie Falls, from my recent trip North. I have never processed a waterfall like this before. Luckily I caught the sun in exactly the right position, earlier and it would have been visible in the shot, later and it would have shone on the water. I really need a person to show scale as this waterfall is 50ft high but looks much smaller. Three 1/6s shots mean merged to produce this, spray on the lens problem with longer exposures. Ken
Sweet falls Ken. With a 50 ft. drop I can see why you had spray issues on your lens. Nice job with what looks like difficult light.
 
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