10/13/12

Canyon Falls


       Canyon Falls is another easily visited waterfall in Michigan's U.P. However, the typical view is quite drab and gives the viewer a poor sense of size and power. So of course I would not settle for that angle of view. With the help given by a pair of waders, dry bags over everything expensive, and a bit of courage, I made my way across the river. High on the canyon wall itself I found an angle that captured its true essence and fulfilled a personal vision. I hope everyone enjoys! Comments and feedback of all kinds are always welcomed and appreciated. 

Technical details: Canon 7D, Canon 10-22mm lens (@13mm), Circular Polarizer Filter, 3-Stop Neutral Density Filter, my hand to block glare that the hood would not stop, ISO 100, F/11, 3.2 Seconds.

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