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If I had to sum up my entire Glacier NP trip in one word, it would have to be “weather”. We experienced just about everything including clear blue skies, sideways hail, mammatus clouds, rainbows, gorgeous colors at sunrise/set, 50+ mph winds and so much more! I was pretty amazed and will end up with almost as many shots from Glacier in my portfolio from a three day trip as I do from Rainier after spending three years there.... . . Anyways, this shot is nothing new composition wise, but I have always wanted a photo of a rainbow in the mountains and figured it would never happen since I’m usually shooting towards the sun or sidelight. I started out this morning at a different location and just barely made it to this comp in time as the rainbow was starting to fade. I had already explored around this spot a little and had a general idea of where I would want to shoot if the time came. That was extremely lucky as I had less than two minutes to shoot this rainbow from the time I set up my camera until it faded away! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod ISO50, 16mm, f/11, .4s

dubsonata Dam sun.

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I recently went on a short overnight solo backpacking trip and got some decent shooting conditions. I hiked up a grueling 5 miles in a cloud and after setting up camp continued to wait patiently to see if the clouds would clear. Sunset came and went without the slightest hint of color and I tucked myself in with hopes that sunrise would fare better. I also knew that the milky way would align pretty nicely with this peak and so I decided to set an alarm for midnight to see if the clouds had cleared. As my alarm buzzed I reluctantly pulled myself out into the cold night to see a sky full of twinkling stars. I bundled up and headed down to this spot noticing that the actual peak I had intended to shoot was still covered in a cloud. ..I decided to set up my gear anyways and enjoy watching the stars for a while. I set my shutter release timer to continuously take shots so I could find a comfortable rock away from my tripod. As I sat there, the fog surrounding the mountain gradually started to thin and eventually completely cleared. It was a pretty fun experience to watch under a hint of moonlight as a slight waxing crescent moon set off to the right of this scene. After the moon had fully set I pulled out the star tracker and went to work collecting some yummy star data. All in all it was a pretty nice night! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info:Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid TripodLand: ISO2000, 18mm, f/4, 185s (stacked to reduce noise)Stars: ISO1000, 18mm, f/4, 182s (tracked)
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I recently went on a short overnight solo backpacking trip and got some decent shooting conditions. I hiked up a grueling 5 miles in a cloud and after setting up camp continued to wait patiently to see if the clouds would clear. Sunset came and went without the slightest hint of color and I tucked myself in with hopes that sunrise would fare better. I also knew that the milky way would align pretty nicely with this peak and so I decided to set an alarm for midnight to see if the clouds had cleared. As my alarm buzzed I reluctantly pulled myself out into the cold night to see a sky full of twinkling stars. I bundled up and headed down to this spot noticing that the actual peak I had intended to shoot was still covered in a cloud. . . I decided to set up my gear anyways and enjoy watching the stars for a while. I set my shutter release timer to continuously take shots so I could find a comfortable rock away from my tripod. As I sat there, the fog surrounding the mountain gradually started to thin and eventually completely cleared. It was a pretty fun experience to watch under a hint of moonlight as a slight waxing crescent moon set off to the right of this scene. After the moon had fully set I pulled out the star tracker and went to work collecting some yummy star data. All in all it was a pretty nice night! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod Land: ISO2000, 18mm, f/4, 185s (stacked to reduce noise) Stars: ISO1000, 18mm, f/4, 182s (tracked)

felixinden That's smoking hawt 🔥

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If there was only one area in Glacier NP I could have visited to try and get some decent light it would have definitely been the view looking out towards Reynolds Mountain and Mount Oberlin with the massive Bird Woman Falls in between the peaks! It’s an absolute stunner of a view and is even more impressive in person than can possibly be photographed. This shot here is a bit of a tribute to Ryan Dyar, a well known photographer who has spent countless days enjoying the beauty of this park. His shots from Glacier are some of the best and more impressively, some of the first. It’s one thing to have captured some sweet light with compelling compositions, but to have done in back in the 2000’s is pretty sweet. To put things in perspective, I believe the shot he took from a similar angle which inspired this shot was taken around 2008 or 2009, that’s basically when the very first smartphones were being released. We were being introduced to the original iPhone when he was out crushing it in this park. . . Anyways, while this shot was heavily inspired by Ryan, I definitely knew I didn’t want to get his same foreground. After exploring for a bit I found this fantastic little section of cascading water and sat back to watch as the color started. It isn’t the most dramatic light in the sky, but the light on the mountains is what really makes this shot work for me. I hope you enjoy and have a great weekend! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod Water: ISO50, 16mm, f/16, 1s Everything else: ISO100, 16mm, f/11, 1/20s (focus stacked)

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Ohhh mammatus clouds...how amazing are you?! . . As the 4th of July weekend was approaching, I still had no plans and didn’t know where I wanted to go. Searching around, I finally noticed that the weather looked particularly interesting in Glacier NP, a park I have always wanted to visit and yet somehow still hadn’t. It was quickly decided that even though it’s pretty early in the season (usually late July/early August) I had to go! Twelve hours of driving later, we arrived! What then proceeded would be my most productive long weekend photography trip ever! . . Now, about to the shot. This is Angel Wing Peak with Grinnell Lake resting below. I knew I wanted to check this spot out, but just moments before we started the hike up...BOOM!...Thunder! A completely clear blue sky turned gray in minutes. We were literally gearing up to start the hike when, out of nowhere, the wind started to pick up and rain started DUMPING. The winds continued to intensify and soon enough, it was hailing sideways...and it hurt! But then...not even 15 minutes later, as quickly as it came, it passed and the clear blue skies returned. The plan was back on and we started hiking up. . . Part way up the hike I was starting to wonder if we would get any clouds at all for sunset. I was thinking to myself how glad I was that the hike was simple stunning as it wouldn’t likely produce any photos. Not too much later we reached this gorgeous viewpoint and there it was again...BOOM! The sky quickly started to darken and the winds picked up again. Luckily, this time the worst of the storm passed around us and we stayed dry. This time though, instead of quickly clearing back to clear skies..a flow of mammatus clouds appeared that continued for almost a full hour, right as sunset was approaching! I simply couldn’t believe my luck! I have only seen mammatus clouds a couple times and never in a mountain setting! As you can imagine, I freaked out and spent the full hour running around like a lunatic, hating every composition I could find, finally settling on this which I’m still not overjoyed about, but that sky...oh that sky!!

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🇨🇦 🇨🇦 HAPPY CANADA DAY! 🇨🇦 🇨🇦

felixinden God DAYUM son that's a 🔥 series

3 weeks ago
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I’m super excited to be taking my workshop out to Mt St Helens today! The weather is looking excellent for a clear sky full of stars! If you are interested in joining next year, be sure to subscribe to my mailing list to be the first to know once I release 2020’s dates! This one sold out in less than 36 hours and next years will be offered to my mailing list first which will likely fill before I can make a public announcement. Link to join the mailing list is in my bio!I won’t be getting many new shots this weekend as I will be focusing all of my attention on my clients and making sure they walk away with some gorgeous milky way images. Luckily, I have already spent my fair share of time at Mt St Helens and have been able to witness scenes like this one! It is pretty rare to get great light at an already amazing location, but if you visit enough times, you are bound to eventually get lucky!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info:Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid TripodSky: ISO100, 16mm, f/18, 106sMountain: ISO100, 16mm, f/9, .4sFlowers: ISO800, 16mm, f/13, 1/10s (6 shot focus stack for depth of focus)Flowers were taken a day earlier at the exact same spot, this had to be done due to extreme winds
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I’m super excited to be taking my workshop out to Mt St Helens today! The weather is looking excellent for a clear sky full of stars! If you are interested in joining next year, be sure to subscribe to my mailing list to be the first to know once I release 2020’s dates! This one sold out in less than 36 hours and next years will be offered to my mailing list first which will likely fill before I can make a public announcement. Link to join the mailing list is in my bio! I won’t be getting many new shots this weekend as I will be focusing all of my attention on my clients and making sure they walk away with some gorgeous milky way images. Luckily, I have already spent my fair share of time at Mt St Helens and have been able to witness scenes like this one! It is pretty rare to get great light at an already amazing location, but if you visit enough times, you are bound to eventually get lucky! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod Sky: ISO100, 16mm, f/18, 106s Mountain: ISO100, 16mm, f/9, .4s Flowers: ISO800, 16mm, f/13, 1/10s (6 shot focus stack for depth of focus) Flowers were taken a day earlier at the exact same spot, this had to be done due to extreme winds

3 weeks ago
I’m not terribly fond of this shot, but it was the best comp I came away with from my visit with @steveschwindt and @_justinbarrow around a month ago. I am hoping to return soon to give it another go, but I’m not sure what the water levels will be like after we’ve had so much dry weather. There will probably still be decent flow though as it was raging when we visited! There was an incredible amount of mist coming off making it difficult to get any shots within a few hundred feet of the base. While this isn’t my favorite shot and hopefully I will be able to find something I like more on my return, it’s always fun to shoot waterfalls with friends, even if you have to get creative cloning out one guy in a very orange jacket and another in an orange hat----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info:Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid TripodISO50, 24mm, f/13, 0.5s
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I’m not terribly fond of this shot, but it was the best comp I came away with from my visit with @steveschwindt and @_justinbarrow around a month ago. I am hoping to return soon to give it another go, but I’m not sure what the water levels will be like after we’ve had so much dry weather. There will probably still be decent flow though as it was raging when we visited! There was an incredible amount of mist coming off making it difficult to get any shots within a few hundred feet of the base. While this isn’t my favorite shot and hopefully I will be able to find something I like more on my return, it’s always fun to shoot waterfalls with friends, even if you have to get creative cloning out one guy in a very orange jacket and another in an orange hat ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod ISO50, 24mm, f/13, 0.5s

sapnareddy Such a refreshing image 💕

felixinden Man this is lush

4 weeks ago
Excited to be taking my workshop group out to Mt St Helens next weekend! From everything I’ve been seeing the wildflowers are starting to look really great. I’ll be heading there a few days early to scout everything out and hopefully get a couple new shots I’ve had my eye on for a while. I am also hoping to return to a waterfall I visited earlier this year that I failed to get a shot I liked. I have some new ideas that I want to try there as well. So hopefully I’ll have some new shots to share with you soon, but in the meantime here is a shot from an epic night when low clouds rolled in just after sunset to perfectly fill the valley between this ridge and the volcano! Some friends and I stayed up most of the night shooting and it’s one of my favorite nights I’ve spent near this mountain!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info:Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid TripodStars: ISO800, 16mm, f/4, 180s (tracked with a star tracker)Land: ISO1600, 16mm, f/6.3, 10s (6 images focus stacked for depth of field taken during blue hour for max image quality)
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Excited to be taking my workshop group out to Mt St Helens next weekend! From everything I’ve been seeing the wildflowers are starting to look really great. I’ll be heading there a few days early to scout everything out and hopefully get a couple new shots I’ve had my eye on for a while. I am also hoping to return to a waterfall I visited earlier this year that I failed to get a shot I liked. I have some new ideas that I want to try there as well. So hopefully I’ll have some new shots to share with you soon, but in the meantime here is a shot from an epic night when low clouds rolled in just after sunset to perfectly fill the valley between this ridge and the volcano! Some friends and I stayed up most of the night shooting and it’s one of my favorite nights I’ve spent near this mountain! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w Nikon 16-35 f/4 Feisol Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Tripod Stars: ISO800, 16mm, f/4, 180s (tracked with a star tracker) Land: ISO1600, 16mm, f/6.3, 10s (6 images focus stacked for depth of field taken during blue hour for max image quality)

felixinden Sick setting buddy

4 weeks ago
Yup! I still have a few shots from Patagonia left that I’m working through, I’m nearing the end though! It was such an incredible trip and luckily it ended up being a pretty productive one as well. There was one long stretch of around five rainy/windy/cloudy days where Fitz Roy was hiding and I had some time to kill. I spent a lot of that time exploring some waterfalls and photographing those awesome Patagonian trees with their amazing fall colors. The popular Chorrillo del Salto waterfall was one of my stops during a rainy day. It's a gorgeous waterfall that's surrounded by absolutely beautiful fall colors. I wanted to try and capture something a bit different from here as there are a lot of photos of this spot. If you have ever followed any of my work you probably know that I love being in the water, so naturally I jumped in and shot from the middle of this stream! I hope you enjoy and that it’s a bit different of a view.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidISO100, 16mm, f/11, 1/5s for water, 1/50s for trees
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Yup! I still have a few shots from Patagonia left that I’m working through, I’m nearing the end though! It was such an incredible trip and luckily it ended up being a pretty productive one as well. There was one long stretch of around five rainy/windy/cloudy days where Fitz Roy was hiding and I had some time to kill. I spent a lot of that time exploring some waterfalls and photographing those awesome Patagonian trees with their amazing fall colors. The popular Chorrillo del Salto waterfall was one of my stops during a rainy day. It's a gorgeous waterfall that's surrounded by absolutely beautiful fall colors. I wanted to try and capture something a bit different from here as there are a lot of photos of this spot. If you have ever followed any of my work you probably know that I love being in the water, so naturally I jumped in and shot from the middle of this stream! I hope you enjoy and that it’s a bit different of a view. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid ISO100, 16mm, f/11, 1/5s for water, 1/50s for trees

4 weeks ago
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The view just outside of El Chalten along the Las Vueltas River is a popular one and is very easy to access. Because of this it is very busy and you will likely never have the place to yourself during sunrise or sunset. My group and I got pretty lucky that most of the areas we photographed were deep enough into the park that you couldn’t access them without backpacking which greatly reduced the number of people around you. For most of our outings we were the only people around rarely running into any other photographers. While I definitely prefer the solitude, sometimes the view is worth weaving your way between the groups of tours and other photographers. You also tend to meet a lot of nice and interesting people in popular spots like this one. Photo purist should turn their eyes at this point as I used a bit more artist freedom while editing this shot than I normally do. This included a very large focus blend allowing me to get a more interesting foreground while keeping the mountains larger than tiny specs. Most shots here are more zoomed in on just the curve of the river leading to the peaks, but I wanted to shoot something different. I also moved the sky around and ended up using a time blend as the foreground was taken once it was starting to get darker and the glow from the sky was really illuminating the landscape.
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The view just outside of El Chalten along the Las Vueltas River is a popular one and is very easy to access. Because of this it is very busy and you will likely never have the place to yourself during sunrise or sunset. My group and I got pretty lucky that most of the areas we photographed were deep enough into the park that you couldn’t access them without backpacking which greatly reduced the number of people around you. For most of our outings we were the only people around rarely running into any other photographers. While I definitely prefer the solitude, sometimes the view is worth weaving your way between the groups of tours and other photographers. You also tend to meet a lot of nice and interesting people in popular spots like this one. Photo purist should turn their eyes at this point as I used a bit more artist freedom while editing this shot than I normally do. This included a very large focus blend allowing me to get a more interesting foreground while keeping the mountains larger than tiny specs. Most shots here are more zoomed in on just the curve of the river leading to the peaks, but I wanted to shoot something different. I also moved the sky around and ended up using a time blend as the foreground was taken once it was starting to get darker and the glow from the sky was really illuminating the landscape.

felixinden That's a beauty

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I grabbed this shot over a year ago on a trip down to the gorge. My wife and I were probably around 40 miles from Portland and decided to pull over at a rest stop for a bit. We went for a quick stroll and came across a river with more algae than I could believe! I didn’t have my camera with me because it was the middle of the day and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, but I quickly ran back to the car to grab it. I ended up playing around with shots of the flowing algae for around an hour. I’ve been sitting on this shot for over a year deciding if I wanted to release it or not. I really enjoy intimate/abstract scenes, but I am super picky about them and can be pretty unforgiving when reviewing my own shots. As with most photographers, we tend to be our own worst critics. In a wide angle shot, if there is a little something here or there that I don’t particularly like, I can usually let it slide, but if there is something I don’t like about an intimate shot, it tends to go straight into the trash. This one narrowly made it through and can now be liked by the 10 other people out there that like green algae. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 70-300 f/4-5.6@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidISO100, 180mm, f/8, 1/160s
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I grabbed this shot over a year ago on a trip down to the gorge. My wife and I were probably around 40 miles from Portland and decided to pull over at a rest stop for a bit. We went for a quick stroll and came across a river with more algae than I could believe! I didn’t have my camera with me because it was the middle of the day and there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, but I quickly ran back to the car to grab it. I ended up playing around with shots of the flowing algae for around an hour. I’ve been sitting on this shot for over a year deciding if I wanted to release it or not. I really enjoy intimate/abstract scenes, but I am super picky about them and can be pretty unforgiving when reviewing my own shots. As with most photographers, we tend to be our own worst critics. In a wide angle shot, if there is a little something here or there that I don’t particularly like, I can usually let it slide, but if there is something I don’t like about an intimate shot, it tends to go straight into the trash. This one narrowly made it through and can now be liked by the 10 other people out there that like green algae. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 70-300 f/4-5.6 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid ISO100, 180mm, f/8, 1/160s

dubsonata Very nice bro

felixinden Loving this detail one

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I took this shot exactly a year ago and just realized I somehow never got around to posting it on social media. It’s not a unique composition by any means, but is one of the craziest landscapes I have ever seen! There was a strange haze in the air and it might have been smoke as the San Juan Mountains in Colorado were dealing with some pretty nasty wildfires at the time. I was glad the haze subsided and was almost gone by the time it got dark because I spent most of the night running around shooting stars under one of the darkest skies I’ve ever seen! I’m excited to be heading back to this area in November with my good bud @steveschwindt!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidISO100, 16mm, f/8, 1/20s
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I took this shot exactly a year ago and just realized I somehow never got around to posting it on social media. It’s not a unique composition by any means, but is one of the craziest landscapes I have ever seen! There was a strange haze in the air and it might have been smoke as the San Juan Mountains in Colorado were dealing with some pretty nasty wildfires at the time. I was glad the haze subsided and was almost gone by the time it got dark because I spent most of the night running around shooting stars under one of the darkest skies I’ve ever seen! I’m excited to be heading back to this area in November with my good bud @steveschwindt! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid ISO100, 16mm, f/8, 1/20s

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Went out recently searching for some new waterfalls that are closer to my home. I ended up visited six new ones and though this one was the smallest, I found it to be by far the most photogenic. I spent over an hour trying out a few angles and ended up liking this simple, head on composition the most. I’m hoping I can find a few more little gems like this around where I live, but it’s hard to watch my buddies down in Oregon explore a new gorgeous, extra mossy, extra green, awesome waterfall every 10 feet. If we could get some cloudy weather I might have head down south to explore some of the countless beauties down there! Oh, and a big shoutout to @bryanswanphoto for his Northwest Waterfall Survey site and @aaronloveswaterfalls for his site aaronswaterfallworld.com, both of which have provided endless hours of fun waterfall hunting from the seat of my couch!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidISO100, 23mm, f/11, 0.6s
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Went out recently searching for some new waterfalls that are closer to my home. I ended up visited six new ones and though this one was the smallest, I found it to be by far the most photogenic. I spent over an hour trying out a few angles and ended up liking this simple, head on composition the most. I’m hoping I can find a few more little gems like this around where I live, but it’s hard to watch my buddies down in Oregon explore a new gorgeous, extra mossy, extra green, awesome waterfall every 10 feet. If we could get some cloudy weather I might have head down south to explore some of the countless beauties down there! Oh, and a big shoutout to @bryanswanphoto for his Northwest Waterfall Survey site and @aaronloveswaterfalls for his site aaronswaterfallworld.com, both of which have provided endless hours of fun waterfall hunting from the seat of my couch! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid ISO100, 23mm, f/11, 0.6s

felixinden Lush goodness 👏

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It just doesn’t get much better than Patagonia. I love mountains, I love rivers and I love fall colors! So far, I have yet to visit a place that does those three things better than Patagonia. I could spend day after day shooting along this river and I would enjoy every minute of it! I’m glad I got to enjoy this sunset as it was one of the last times we got to see the impressive Fitz Roy. Over the next five days the mountain hid behind a wall of clouds! Luckily there is no shortage of amazing places to see and subjects to shoot even when the mountain isn’t out. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Water: ISO100, 19mm, f/11, 0.4s Background: ISO100, 19mm, f/11, 1/10s

felixinden Beautyful with that flow

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I often find myself sitting around thinking about all of the places I want to visit for photography. Some very far away like Iceland, Norway, New Zealand, etc and others closer, but still a long drive like the Canadian Rockies, Glacier NP, Death Valley, etc. I decided I spend too much time thinking about far away places and should spend more time enjoying the amazing locations I have within just a couple hours drive. I’m hoping to spend most of the remainder of the year shooting in Washington, with a large amount of that time backpacking. After my trip to The Enchantments last year I have really gotten into backpacking and have already spent more time in a tent this year than my previous three years in photography. It is really opening up a lot of cool places that are rarely shot and best of all, they are all close to home! This shot is one of these places. A fine example of how I don’t need to travel far to find amazing views. It took quite the scramble to get up here, but I’ve never seen a shot from here and I can’t wait to go back and play around with this waterfall more! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidForeground: ISO200, 16mm, f/16, 1s (3 shot focus stack)Sky: ISO100, 16mm, f/11, 1/20s
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I often find myself sitting around thinking about all of the places I want to visit for photography. Some very far away like Iceland, Norway, New Zealand, etc and others closer, but still a long drive like the Canadian Rockies, Glacier NP, Death Valley, etc. I decided I spend too much time thinking about far away places and should spend more time enjoying the amazing locations I have within just a couple hours drive. I’m hoping to spend most of the remainder of the year shooting in Washington, with a large amount of that time backpacking. After my trip to The Enchantments last year I have really gotten into backpacking and have already spent more time in a tent this year than my previous three years in photography. It is really opening up a lot of cool places that are rarely shot and best of all, they are all close to home! This shot is one of these places. A fine example of how I don’t need to travel far to find amazing views. It took quite the scramble to get up here, but I’ve never seen a shot from here and I can’t wait to go back and play around with this waterfall more! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Foreground: ISO200, 16mm, f/16, 1s (3 shot focus stack) Sky: ISO100, 16mm, f/11, 1/20s

felixinden Dope stuff

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This weekend is a great one to get out there and chase some stars! With a new moon and clear skies in most of the PNW now is a great time to find a dark area away from the city to do some star gazing. I’m thinking I might have to dust off the ol star tracker and get out there myself! I hope everyone has a great weekend!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Samyang 24 f/1.4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidForeground: ISO6400, 24mm, f/4, 20s (10 shots stacked)Lake Stars: ISO6400, 24mm, f/1.4, 20s (5 shots stacked)Stars: ISO1200, 24mm, f/4, 180s (tracked)
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This weekend is a great one to get out there and chase some stars! With a new moon and clear skies in most of the PNW now is a great time to find a dark area away from the city to do some star gazing. I’m thinking I might have to dust off the ol star tracker and get out there myself! I hope everyone has a great weekend! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Samyang 24 f/1.4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Foreground: ISO6400, 24mm, f/4, 20s (10 shots stacked) Lake Stars: ISO6400, 24mm, f/1.4, 20s (5 shots stacked) Stars: ISO1200, 24mm, f/4, 180s (tracked)

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Patagonia sure has some special places. This waterfall had some of the most amazing water color I have seen since my first visit to Spirit Falls. I wish the fall colors had been a little further along, but I would rather show you the scene I witnessed instead of changing the fall colors dramatically in post processing. Chasing waterfalls is one of my favorite ways to kill time when the weather isn’t cooperating and we had a healthy number of rainy days during out Patagonia trip. Luckily there is no shortage of amazing places to see even when the mountains are hiding behind a thick layer of clouds! Ugh, now I just want to go back!----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidISO100, 20mm, f/9, 1/8s
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Patagonia sure has some special places. This waterfall had some of the most amazing water color I have seen since my first visit to Spirit Falls. I wish the fall colors had been a little further along, but I would rather show you the scene I witnessed instead of changing the fall colors dramatically in post processing. Chasing waterfalls is one of my favorite ways to kill time when the weather isn’t cooperating and we had a healthy number of rainy days during out Patagonia trip. Luckily there is no shortage of amazing places to see even when the mountains are hiding behind a thick layer of clouds! Ugh, now I just want to go back! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid ISO100, 20mm, f/9, 1/8s

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Crazy how fast time flies! It has already been a year since my wife and I made our trip down to Yosemite to try and catch moonbows. Every year during spring you have a chance to catch a moonbow (rainbow made by the moon) in Yosemite Falls when the full moon is just at the right angle. I wasn’t lucky enough to witness the event, but I definitely enjoyed my time there. Yosemite is a special place and I can’t wait to go back! This year we’re heading to the coast for some seascapes and quality forest time! I hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend and exploring someplace amazing! Remember to follow LNT (leave no trace) principals! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info----------------------------------------------------------------------------------Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4@feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 RapidForeground: ISO100, 16mm, f/13, 0.4sSky: ISO100, 16mm, f/13, 1/6s
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Crazy how fast time flies! It has already been a year since my wife and I made our trip down to Yosemite to try and catch moonbows. Every year during spring you have a chance to catch a moonbow (rainbow made by the moon) in Yosemite Falls when the full moon is just at the right angle. I wasn’t lucky enough to witness the event, but I definitely enjoyed my time there. Yosemite is a special place and I can’t wait to go back! This year we’re heading to the coast for some seascapes and quality forest time! I hope everyone is enjoying their long weekend and exploring someplace amazing! Remember to follow LNT (leave no trace) principals! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I offer group workshops and post processing education. Visit link in bio for more info ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Shot Info: Nikon D610 w/ Nikon 16-35 f/4 @feisoltripods Tournament CT-3442 Rapid Foreground: ISO100, 16mm, f/13, 0.4s Sky: ISO100, 16mm, f/13, 1/6s

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