Sam Fernando, QPSA  

Waterfall in Iceland by Sam Fernando, QPSA

October 2021 - Waterfall in Iceland

About the Image(s)

This is another waterfall photo taken in Iceland in 2017.
Photo details are given below:
Camera: 5D Mark 3
Lens: Canon 24-105
Focal length: 24 mm
Exposure: variable, f/10, ISO 100
Mode: Aperture priority
Metering: Spot metering
I took a number of photos with different exposure settings using my variable Neutral Density Filter. I took different parts from these photos and combined in Photoshop.

5 comments posted

Jim Horn   Jim Horn
Sam, your final photo is awesome. Is this a panorama?
Seeing how much negative space there is on the lower left corner, I used Photoshop edit>distort to stretch that lower corner as far as I could without distorting the waterfall. Then I did another distort to stretch the left upper corner to remove the rock face and leave sky. Let me know if this looks natural to you. Jim   Posted: 10/06/2021 08:59:47
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Sam Fernando   Sam Fernando
Thanks Jim

This is not a panorama.

I like your edited photo.   Posted: 10/18/2021 23:44:24

Laura Lee Bartholomew   Laura Lee Bartholomew
What a lovely image! You might want to consider painting some yellow saturation into the yellowish areas of the sky and the yellow highlights on the water. You also might want to consider darkening the bright rock faces as they draw the eye.   Posted: 10/09/2021 15:14:18
Sam Fernando   Sam Fernando
Good suggestions Laura   Posted: 10/18/2021 23:45:01

Gaetan Manuel   Gaetan Manuel
Nice picture!   Posted: 10/17/2021 08:39:29


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