Snoqualmie Falls

© Barbara Sharts

Snoqualmie Falls

Uploaded: September 07, 2008


Snoqualmie, WA


Allen Hughes September 07, 2008

Very nice Barbara. If I may ask, what were your camera settings? #994445

Clyde P. Smith September 07, 2008

Beautiful image Babara! Nice POV. #6426429

Dominick M. Dimacale level-addict September 07, 2008

Lovely scenery here, Barbara.

Dominick #6426493

Denny E. Barnes level-deluxe September 08, 2008

Beautiful scene, beautifully captured, Barbara! Very well done!! #6426635

Barbara Sharts September 08, 2008

Thanks Allen, Clyde, Dominick, and Denny.

Let's see I was up at the falls as the sun was going down...this shot was actually taken at 8:13 PM and my camera (which I was actually using my E-500 not my E-510 as it states) specs were as follows...
aperature - f/5
ISO - 100
shutter speed - 2 sec

I have three tungsten white balance settings and I was using #3 (i'll have to look up in my owners manual what that is I believe it is 6600K.

I generally have my exposure set to -2/3...but my exif says I didn't???

The wide angle lens I was using was adjusted to 17mm

I also increased the saturation and contrast using CS3.

I used a tripod and a 2 sec timer delay.

I did not use any filters.

Hope this helps!
Barb #6429816

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