Best of the Northwest Photo Workshop
May 4, 2014
I took this series of shots at our first session at Elowah Falls at dark thirty in the morning. Yes, dark thirty – I left home at 5am! Mist was so high many of us got soaked while crossing the bridge in the foreground.
I played with different exposures & settings looking for that ‘wow’ factor. Not sure I found it, but I had fun and the experience was enlightening.
I like how you can see the falls and creek in this shot through the lush trees along the path.
I always like focusing on details when I’m out and about.
Another shot of the falls and creek through the forest from another stop in the path.
Wildflowers were plentiful.
I think I like how the trees and branches frame the falls……
…I like it cropped better though. Which version do you prefer?
I have a thousand photos to go through, so will have to take a couple of posts to tell you about the entire weekend. It was fantastic & I have to agree with Lori – if you have an opportunity to take a workshop with David Cobb, Zack Schnepf or any of the excellent photographers from Photo Cascadia do it!