MedicineMan4040 wrote in post #18474568
Again to remind,one of my buds asked why so few waterfalls from our Iceland trip.
May answer, waterfalls=meh. We have so many around here.
But my best friend, and personal physician bought my a99ii and he likes waterfalls.
Not the kind you can drive too, 2 min walk and set up a tripod.
This is Compression Falls, also known as Twisted Falls (doesn't look twisted to me).
It is a 45 minute bushwhack through thick laurel to get to the river then rocking until
you see the falls.
The falls are cranking, meaning they are blowing off a lot of mist, enough that your lens will
be covered in just moments.
We started the hike a bit too late, 0730, trying to get to the falls before the Sun ruins them.
But I think light wise we got there early enough.
The hike out is seriously steep, the same if not steeper 30-40 degree way out following a power line cut out.
This set of falls is beautiful, unspoiled for the obvious reason
I've also linked to the video, and my first serious crash with the DJI Spark (cut out of the vid), just glad I veered it away from water!
So this is what I did this weekend.
And again thankfully (38F as I type), cold enough the snakes are underground https://www.flickr.com …931/in/dateposted-public/https://youtu.be/y1CyL7yupuc
And in case any of you are curious about the DJI Spark, well it is only a 1/2.3 CMOS, pitiful eh? But here is an image I got out of the Spark.
I took the video you watched on youtube (you watched it didn't you???) into Photoshop, 'harvested' 20 frames from a possible 80, then stacked
them Smart Object Median stack mode. Then into Luminar for color pop, back into Photoshop for fine tuning-
So that's what I did this weekend