NxNW2015 is well under way and we’re having a blast up here in Washington taking pictures in Seattle and now out in the east of the state in the Palouse region. Our first location after arriving here last night was Palouse Falls State Park with it’s spectacular waterfall and canyon. Palouse Falls was named Washington’s state waterfall in summer 2014 after kids in the local elementary school wrote a bill and canvased supporter in the Washington state legislature to pass it.
Today, we’ve been shooting at Steptoe Butte and various other locations since sunrise at 5am (we were up at 3am to get to the butte) and there are many, many pictures for me to look through over the next few weeks. Now, however, it’s time for a nap!
This image is an HDR taken with my infra-red-converted D5000 and processed in Nikon ViewNX, HDRSoft Photomatix Pro, Photoshop and Lightroom. I think I’ve sorted out the best workflow for colour infra-red images now but it’s not pretty and takes me about 4 or 5 times longer than I would normally spend on a single picture. In this case, though, I think it was worth the effort.
For the technically inclined...
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