Using a technique where blowing on the lens during a long exposure introduces condensation I created this dreamy interpretation of a waterfall below rugged sandstone peaks near Moab, Utah.

by Edge Bret

using a technique where blowing on the lens during introduces condensation created dreamy interpretat edge bret

Gallery: Moab Area

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Category: Landscape

Exif Information:
Make : Canon
Model : Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II
Date Time Original : 2008-11-01 21:11:03
Exposure Time : 13/10
F Number : 9.9
Iso Speed Ratings : 50
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 400.000000
Y Resolution : 400.000000
Copyright : Bret Edge, Copyright 2008
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS4 Windows

Published: Friday 7th of November 2008 10:44:55 PM


Comments

Jim McConnell
Good idea, and a great result.

Harry Lichtman
Hi Bret - I just returned from a brief visit to your fine town. Around Thanksgiving and the La Sals got dumped on. You must have gotten some great shots that week. I like the technique you used a lot. I though it would blur the shot too much, but it works. Early AM shots might be another good time to try it-long exposures and that cool light. I saw your comment about my Delicate Arch shot, and thanks. I felt like I was running around with the short window I had there. I'm jealous you get to spend lots of time exploring the area. Fascinating area. Regards, Harry

Craig Philpott
What an interesting idea. Probably not new but certainly new to me. Thanks.

Bret Edge
Waterfall Dreams Thank you for having a look and leaving a comment.

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