Gosh, it is Thursday night again, time flies it is unreal. I just thought what to post for tomorrow's #FlowingWaterFriday and thought I pick one of my new photos from northern Vancouver Island. After a few days of heavy rain you can find many waterfalls and little streams up here. It is unreal and it is one of those things why I love to live "in the rainforest".
What fascinates me most is the combination of the lush greens of the moss or ferns, combined with the fresh clear water of a little waterfall in the middle of nowhere.
This picture was taken on the west coast of northern Vancouver Island, west of the little town of Port Alice. I photographed it on one of my private custom photo tours which we I offer up here. Normally I don't photographed on the photo tours but sometimes, actually almost always, my guests forcing me to photograph myself while I'm teaching them. Lots of fun being out shooting with guests in my backyard. I will write a little more about those tours in the future. At this stage I can't accept any guest because I have some contracts pending. Gotta see, I'm not pushing them as I rather be here with my family and giving private photo tours in an awesome region. Updates will follow.
On this spot we had a roughly 4-5 meter high run off, coming directly down through the rainforest. The upper part of it was a little "cluttered", so we decided to concentrate on long exposure, flowing water details. Or in other words...we were going nuts photographing the flowing water when the sun lit up the very wet fog just a little bit, just enough to bring the greens out a bit more. We had a great tie shooting, testing difference lenses, shutter speeds and details.
Photographed with my most loved Canon 1Ds Mark 3, 100mm (2.8/70-200mm) at ISo 50, 4 seconds @f18. Very lightly processed in Lightroom and Photoshop.
Flowing water of a little run off waterfall in the rainforest, after heavy rain, on the northern part of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III, aperture of f/18.0, exposure time of 4/1 sec. on ISO 50, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 100mm.
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