Raymond Hoffmann's picture

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October 10, 2017

waterfall Seljalandsfoss - Iceland

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Musing Eye's picture

Absolutely beautiful image. I'm guessing it's a composite from the edge of the cave roof to sky, not that I think it detracts from the impact.

Raymond Hoffmann's picture

@ John ... no this is just one single shot! Taken with my Nikon D810 and a 12 mm fisheye ;-) Cheers from Iceland

holy shit ! I was in Iceland for one month (across may-june) two years ago … and over all those days, I can literally count on one hand’s fingers the times where we had a good sunrise or sunset. Usually at those times, a heavy cloud curtain would set itself in front of the sun and just stay there. That was literally my most frustrating landscape photography experience lighting wise. Cause really it is a great country for landscapes (but not food :P ). Great shot! Mine was just … gray.

Lol if it was that simple to tame Icelandic weather :D
Your pics look great btw.

I'm very impressed that it is a single shot, I also thought it was composed of multiple exposures. Looks fantastic.

Raymond Hoffmann's picture

yes ... just the great dynamic range from the Nikon D810

Spy Black's picture

That looks more like sharpening ringing artifacts than a comp line.

Spy Black's picture

Your work is excellent.

Rafal Hyps's picture

I once attempted to achieve the same composition. Unfortunately, it was soaking wet, making the desired shot impossible to get.

Raymond Hoffmann's picture

I was also completely wet for this shot 😉

it is fabulous. did you use auto bracketing? thanks stuart

Raymond Hoffmann's picture

... no that’s just one single shot

Outstanding, a tough lighting situation shot perfectly. Love the backlit waterfall. I suppose a flash or two was used for the nicely lit foreground.

Cody J Brown's picture

Incredible compostion, Raymond!

Absolutely beautiful! my wife and I were in Iceland November of 2016. All we saw were gray days. Lore to come join you someday. Glad you have shared these photos with everyone.

Raymond Hoffmann's picture

thank you Bryan ... Cheers from Iceland ;-)