Sentinelphotography posted this enchanting picture of the Sunwapta Falls, Jasper, Alberta in Canada.
He captioned it,
From my first visit here about a month ago – this is an easily accessible location so can get pretty packed in tourist season – but if you arrive real early there will mostly just be other photographers there.
My previous post from here was a mobile edit on the road so it was a little rushed. I like this one better because I believe it shows more depth in the foreground and I also wanted to blend two exposures – one to keep the detail in the water and the other with stretched clouds. Have a great day / night and thanks for stopping by!
Settings and stuff:
1st shot (waterfalls) –
L: Nikkor 16-35|| F: 16mm || A: F8 || 0.5 secs || ISO 64|| Lee soft grad 0.9
2nd shot (Sky)
L: Nikkor 16-35|| F: 16mm || A: F16 || 145 secs || ISO 64|| Lee soft grad 0.9 + Big Stopper
See a screenshot of the post below.