Surface headphones – shot with 4 Godox TT685c flashes in close configuration with high-speed sync and Godox X2Tc flash trigger installed on the camera body.
Looking east from the Yellowstone Lower Falls north rim you see this breathtaking view of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. I applied the classic orange and teal color grading to this photo to give it a western movie look. Edited in Lightroom. August 2021.
An iconic Yellowstone photo! Yellowstone Lower Falls rom the “Lower Lookout Point” in Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It was a steep hike down hundreds of feet but the view was totally worth it. An HDR panorama composed from multiple exposures. August 2021.
Another “postcard” photo from Norris Geyser Basin. At sunset it just turns into a wonderland for photographers. Shot with iPhone 12 Pro Max and edited in Lightroom.
Mount Evert in Yellowstone National Park from the Bunsen Peak trail, on our way to the Bunsen Peak (elev. 8564ft). An HDR panorama created from multiple photos. August 2021.
A peek at Swan Lake in Yellowstone National Park from the Bunsen Peak trail, on our way to the Bunsen Peak (elev. 8564ft). An HDR panorama shot created from 12 photos. August 2021.
Shooting details: Canon EOS R5, f/8, 1/320sec, ISO-100, 24mm
Every sight in Yellowstone National Park is worthy of a postcard picture. At sunset it truly becomes magical. An HDR panorama created from 12 photos. August 2021.
Wildflowers at Reflections Lake in Mount Rainier National Park.
Shooting details: Canon EOS R5, f/10, 1/400sec, ISO-100, 24mm
Mount Rainier from Reflection Lake. An HDR panorama created from 15 images.
Shooting details: Canon EOS R5, f/8, 1/200sec, ISO-100, 24mm
Hood River Bridge, nearly a mile long bridge on Columbia River, in Hood River, Oregon, USA.
Shooting details: Canon EOS R5, f/6.3, 1/250sec, ISO-200, 240mm
Bonneville Lock & Dam, built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was the first federal lock and dam on the Columbia and Snake rivers. HDR panorama created from 12 images.