Crossing Magic by LUX
LUX

Crossing Magic

by LUX in Scapes

Taken on the Way back from a Beautiful Hike to an amazing set of falls Called Falls Creek Falls! Was playing around with a new Fisheye Lens! Thanks Addam for being a Fantastic Guide!

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  • SuharLeonheart

    SuharLeonheart

    Awesome shot, color & lighting buddy

    Oct 6th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
  • Blaumohn

    Blaumohn

    Great perspective!

    Oct 4th, 2012 Reply
  • shackledfae

    shackledfae

    Fantastic shot! Very jealous that you got to have Addam for a tour guide. Still waiting for my chance to visit him and LeeAnne

    Oct 3rd, 2012 Reply
    • LUX

      LUX

      Thank You! He is a Great Guys and A Great Photographer! Im looking forward to my next trip up there !

      Oct 3rd, 2012 Reply
    • shackledfae

      shackledfae

      you're welcome I practically drool every time one of those two posts a picture and now you're doing it too!

      Oct 3rd, 2012 Reply
  • LAlight

    LAlight

    This is just such a cool shot, Brian...very unique!

    Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    very nice shot .. the bridge looks a bit odd as if she was pasted :P

    Quick tip: Please don't forget to add tags to your work, it will help you gain more views and other artists can find your work faster !

    Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • LUX

      LUX

      Thanks So Much.. A Little 8mm Magic :) The fisheye did give it a unique look. part of what I loved about the shot.

      Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
  • dittto

    dittto

    well this place looks familiar ;) heading back down this weekend too!
    such an awesome shot! fisheye was definitely the way to go to capture this sweet cascade

    Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
    • Jayknair

      Jayknair

      forgive my ignorance - why did you say fisheye was the way to go this shot?

      Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
    • dittto

      dittto

      was just due to the several times i have tried to shoot this same location..even at 10mm..the image comes out flat and uninteresting plus was very hard to achieve a pleasing composition. with the fisheye..the added curves of the scene made it more pleasing and dynamic and also allowed for a composition that didnt omit some..IMO..necessary elements :)

      Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
    • LUX

      LUX

      Thanks Bro! Still one of my best trips to the Northwest! Thanks again! We will go again soon. And I cant wait to see what you get this time around. If you find my Fisheye Keep it LOL

      Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply
    • Jayknair

      Jayknair

      gotcha .. thanks for the info

      Oct 2nd, 2012 Reply