Pierre Williot  


Upper Niagara River in the Winter by Pierre Williot

February 2024 - Upper Niagara River in the Winter

About the Image(s)

This is a view on the Canadian side of the Upper Niagara River (just above the Horseshoe Fall) in January 2024.

Equipment: Canon R5, Canon RF 200-800, Hand held
Setting: 800 mm, ISO 800, 1/640 sec, f/9, EV 1
Post-processing in ON1 RAW 2024 (minor cropping and light adjustments)


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10 comments posted




Kirk Gulledge   Kirk Gulledge
Hi Pierre, I love all the motion in the water- especially the cascading waterfalls! I couldn't tell whether the white in the upper quarter of the picture was water or snow, but looks nice, regardless. I think a little more resolution in the picture would be helpful.   Posted: 02/03/2024 12:38:49



Pierre Williot   Pierre Williot
Thanks Kirk,
The white on top was snow. There were multiple ice floats in calmer areas of the river ( not on this image).   Posted: 02/03/2024 13:09:41



Geoff Wiggins   Geoff Wiggins
Great pic of the water falls Pierre, enhanced by the motion which adds to the scene. Good to have a cool picture while we have temps getting close to 40c.   Posted: 02/03/2024 15:49:44
Pierre Williot   Pierre Williot
It was not that cold that morning, only 44c or so below your place!   Posted: 02/03/2024 15:58:16



Kathryn Engle
The photo is really small on my computer. Is it possible to resubmit in regular size?   Posted: 02/09/2024 13:13:26



Stefaan Brodelet   Stefaan Brodelet
Hi Pierre , looks a nice picture but it is so small. I can't evaluate it .   Posted: 02/11/2024 02:42:27



Stefaan Brodelet   Stefaan Brodelet
Hi Pierre , looks a nice picture but it is so small. I can't evaluate it .   Posted: 02/11/2024 02:42:28



Pierre Williot   Pierre Williot
Ooooppps.... I goofed up on the size of the file. Unfortunately, it is too late to post it on the site. I will email you a bigger file. Sorry!   Posted: 02/11/2024 07:54:13



Frans Gunterus   Frans Gunterus
Hi Pierre. I wonder if you have a short video of these scene. If you do. I think it's a perfect subject for creating amazing cinemagraph. You might want to review this inspiring video by Juliane Kost.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQSeyuvCH7Y   Posted: 02/20/2024 19:40:40
Pierre Williot   Pierre Williot
Thanks Frans,
Very interesting video. Unfortunately, I did only still images!
  Posted: 02/21/2024 09:32:43