Time for some rivers and falls!

Time for some rivers and falls!

I have been super busy with the move to Bear Woods full time and selling/closing on the house in the flatlands. We still have lots to unpack and sort through, but I do believe it is time for a mental health day or two. I am going to hopefully go out and shoot a river and falls or two in the next few days. I have been wanting to get the new Tamron 28-300mm Di VC PZD lens out for a real test on stuff besides my backyard. The forecast is for some rain with periods of light rain. Light rain is the perfect time to shoot water. The rocks should have a nice even coat of water, which the circular polarizer will remove glare, the rivers should have nice flow, and the air should be fresh! I am hoping to explore a few local falls as well as head to some new and old favorites. Let’s hope the weather holds out!

The Tallulah River, Rabun County, Georgia. Tamron 18-270mm Di-II VC PZD lens on a Canon 7D, Aperture Priority, f11, +0 stops of exposure compensation, lens set at 18mm, ISO 100, Marumi Circular Polarizer, Vanguard Alta Pro tripod and BBH-200 head, processed in Lightroom 5.

Tallulah River 18 032814a copy

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