This is a series of bracketed shots from little Tokul Creek near Hidden Falls. I was a little late to capture the fall color there this year, but there’s still a few Maples turning here in the Pacific Northwest.
I waded out into the stream for this shot, lugging the 5DIII in tow. It was a bit more cumbersome than the little Sony NEX that I shot with here last year. With all the rain we’ve had, the flow of Hidden Falls didn’t seem worth shooting that day so a return trip might be in order.
Processing was done in Lightroom, outputting .tif files from CameraRaw into Photomatix for tonemapping. Finishing touches applied via Topaz Adjust (Heavy Pop Grunge) filter.
View of Tokul Creek near Hidden Falls.
Canon 5D MkIII + Zeiss 35mm/f2 ZE
Tripod / +2 EV , +1EV, 0, -1EV, -2EV
3-Exposure HDR, Photomatix, Lightroom 4, Photoshop CS5, Topaz Adjust.
Feel free to comment below if you like what you see or have any other observations.
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