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Yellowstone River Lower Falls



Yellowstone River Lower Falls Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone River Lower Falls Yellowstone National Park
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Neckbone
 
Neckbone November 27, 2017
It's hard to get an image here that doesn't look out of focus with all the yellow rock. Great job, you nailed it! Congrats!
jkcorso
jkcorso July 28, 2020
Thanks Neckbone
Vash01Photo PRO
 
Vash01Photo July 28, 2020
I love this photo.
jkcorso
jkcorso July 28, 2020
Thanks Vash01Photo

Behind The Lens

Location
June 22, 2005 The Lower Falls on the Yellowstone River Yellowstone National Park
Time
Golden hour in the AM.
Lighting
Blue bird morning the day after a front moved through with clean clear air.
Equipment
Camera: NIKON D70 Focal Length: 40 mm Shutter Speed: 1/500 sec Aperture: f/11 ISO: 200 This was my first digital SLR and I was in a major learning curve. I only had one lens 35-70mm F2.8D.
Inspiration
I had saw the falls in late evening the day before and scouted the location out and knew the sunrise the next morning early was going to be my best opportunity for golden hour photos.
Editing
I believe 10+ years ago I used Microsoft Photo Suite 10 but I was still a babe in the woods when it came to PP digital.
In my camera bag
In 2005 just a Nikon D70 with a Nikkor 35-70mm F2.8D Just getting started in Digital
Feedback
In the past ten years I changed from guy wet behind the ears with digital to a better than average photographer. My advice is take pictures and get them critiqued. Only then can you know what you are doing right and more important to learn from what you doing wrong. If you are not making a few mistakes you are just not pushing the limits of what maybe great new photo technique.

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