Some of you locals may recognize this spot and realize how much of a balancing act it was to slide down into this hole where all the water was flowing down into. I was literally standing over a section of water flowing under my tripod while leaning back on a bolder for balance. Good times :)
I plan on a full blog post explaining my new lighting setup, but the proof is in the pudding as they say. I shot for 7 hours straight shooting over 1000 images and the batteries held up to every frame I took. Not a single misfire.
After I set them up, hardly anyone noticed they were there. I have heard of ADs saying no to them.
I remember trying to process this over three years ago when I shot it. I kept failing at the stitch and ultimately got frustrated and these frames eventually got forgotten. I found them yesterday and managed to pull it off.
Don't ask me where this is, because I have no clue what so ever where we found this. :D
There's a lot of pixels in there so be sure to see it full screen!
Yesterday I finally got a new modern PC and G+ is a joy to use again.
Here's a shot of Shackleford Falls found near Etna, CA. How many people knows where Etna is without looking it up?
#WaterfallWednesday curated by the waterfall madman himself and myself :)
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