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Joe Lightheart

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Bridge

slow shutter at Multnomah falls, Oregon. Interesting fact that I took 49 shots of this waterfalls and only now realized I already uploaded this same photo before, but it was in black and white. It must have been the pattern of the cascading water and composition that helped me choose this same image. I suppose I could also upload another six of my second choices to help create some boredom for you :)

Exif Data

X-T20

XF10-24mmF4 R OIS
Aperture
f/9.0
FocalLength
33
Exposure
4/1
ISO
200
0
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 4/1
  • Resolution: 72/1
  • Created: 1st June 2018
  • Uploaded: 23rd April 2020
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 175
  • Likes: 89



  • Sigrid
    2 weeks ago
    What an amazing sight, Joe and so well captured! Hope you will be around still and that everything is good with you!
  • MAC Photography
    3 months ago
    Great capture! Shared
  • Patricia N
    4 months ago
    Beautiful!
  • Rangewoman_Inc
    4 months ago
    Shared. Wonderful height contrast.
    • Joe Lightheart
      4 months ago
      Thank you very much, Rangewoman! Thank you for sharing!
  • inukshuk
    5 months ago
    Beautiful capture!
  • colinmair
    5 months ago
    Great photo in colour or B&W.......
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you very much, Colin! I had previously uploaded this same photo in b&w and as I stated I had taken many other shots with varied shutter speeds and composition but both times picked the exact same image :-)
  • Joe Lightheart
    5 months ago
    wandermel, thank you for sharing!
  • Jim Anglin
    5 months ago
    Well done Joe. Shared.
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you very much, Jim! Thank you very much for your comment and for sharing. Appreciated!
  • Lee Price
    5 months ago
    Love the sense of grande scale with the bridge dwarfed by the falls.
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you very much for commenting, Lee and thank you for sharing!
  • Joe Lightheart
    5 months ago
    jsvasquez1986, thank you for sharing!
  • MarkChinn
    5 months ago
    Gorgeous shot. I bet it's a rare thing to get a shot with no people on the bridge.
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you very much, Mark. I was glad not to have people in my photo, but I also wanted to be on that bridge. There had been a fire and the trail was closed and even a ranger that wouldn't let any one go up - something to do next time. I really enjoyed Oregon and Portland too!
  • digitalfrontiers
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    5 months ago
    fab shot
  • Emmanuel Varnas
    5 months ago
    Great pic
  • Mike Cawood
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    5 months ago
    Fantastic shot Joe
  • Ralph Scrase
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    5 months ago
    Stunning scene, nicely captured
  • FabioM
    5 months ago
    Stunning photo Joe
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you, Fabio! Thank you very much for commenting and sharing!
  • Mel Photography
    5 months ago
    Amazing
  • Marje Metsaots
    5 months ago
    Awesome!
  • Kerry Phillips
    6 months ago
    Bet it's pretty amazing to stand on that bridge...fabulous capture.
    • Joe Lightheart
      5 months ago
      Thank you very much, Kerry! I wish I had the chance, but it was closed off and a park ranger standing in the trail blocking the way, so it was a no go.
  • Olga N
    6 months ago
    Beautiful
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you very much, Olga! Thank you very much for sharing!
  • Marius Radu
    6 months ago
    An iconic place... a beautiful personal touch to the scene :-)
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you very much, Marius! I can see why it's so photographed, one is it's naturally beautiful with a touch of human design and the other is that it's next to a car park :-)
  • Denise Savage
    6 months ago
    It’s a stunning waterfall. Reckon I’d end up posting a couple of times too, if I had one like that.
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you Denise! I got lucky since there had been a fire and trails were closed so it wasn't very crowded. Sometimes I think it would be good for me to get the virus and recover then I can travel and not see too many people out and about :)
  • Dylan Burgess
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    6 months ago
    Great photo, don't get waterfalls like that here!!
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you Dylan! It's no wonder the car park is huge with the visitors flocking to be here, and so easy to get too.
  • Lee Fox Photography
    6 months ago
    Very nice shot
  • Angie C
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    6 months ago
    Great shot - looks a bit precarious!
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you very much, Angie! At least Oregon doesn't have the earthquakes like California or Hawaii :)
  • garysibio
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    6 months ago
    Very nice. I don't think I'd want to cross that bridge, however.
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you Gary, the trail was closed due to a fire that caused damage, but I really wanted to get up there. So, when I was there you couldn't cross it anyway :) Thank you very much for sharing!
  • jezprime
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    6 months ago
    Superbly composed Joe, a great subject to start with, and an excellent execution.
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you very much, jezprime! Thank you very much for sharing! Much appreciated!
  • Mike Iles
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    6 months ago
    I see this was from 2018-- As I think I have said in the past this is about 20 miles from my home in Gresham-- If you ever come this way again let me know and we can try to meet up. You need to teach me some photography stuff. By the way nice shot
    • Joe Lightheart
      6 months ago
      Thank you very much, Mike! I sure would like to explore Oregon more. So beautiful and I'm delighted for your invitation. I'll try and schedule around a full moon so I can learn from you as to how I can make those beautiful moon photos!
      • Mike Iles
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        6 months ago
        Shoot then at 1/250 or 1/500 with a little higher ISO 400-1000 - process the photo - then do 10 or so virtual copies and restack-- correct any issue or color after the stack-- That is what I do