Emergency Shooting session at Great Falls National Park
Well I have been pretty much confined to the office for the past week and I was feeling like I needed to get out into the field before my head exploded. I hit the road on Sunday morning to meet fellow photographers Chris Kayler, Alex Mody and Pini Goldman for a quick session in Mather Gorge. The dew point was sitting near the temperature and the humidity was very high. These are of course the perfect condition for Fog and this is one of my favorite times to be out in the field making new photographs. Well as it turns out the fog was so thick that it didn’t burn off quite enough at first light to make any super dramatic images at sunrise. We stuck it out anyway and waited for the light to get a little better and were able to make some pretty nice images anyway. I put my new top secret Singh Ray filter to work this morning and was able to make some shots. Here they are and they were all made with a version of the Vari-Nd that is in testing right now.
Cascades on the Potomac River, Great Falls National Park, Virginia
Big Falls above the gorge, Great Falls National Park, Virginia. (HDR)
Water and light, Great Falls National Park, Virginia
Sun kissed cascades and rock, Great Falls National Park, Virginia