Palouse Falls, WA Panorama

© Nathaniel C. Morse-Dayton

Palouse Falls, WA Panorama

Uploaded: March 26, 2006


This is a 8 exposure stitched and blended together. 4 eposures for sky and 4 for the foreground blended with masks for maximum dynamic range. The moon was originally right above the falls. I thought it would look better at the other end to move your eye around. Other digital darkroom adjustment layers were: sharpening, levels, shadow highlight, water colors, and some selective burning.

Exif: FNumber: , ExposureBiasValue: , ExposureTime: , Flash: , ISO: , WhiteBalance:


William S. Briggs level-deluxe March 26, 2006


Beautiful capture, great job. I love the colors and light. Almost looks surreal. The moon adds a nice touch.

Bill #415633

John Connolly March 26, 2006

This is one breathtaking image, Nathaniel! The perspecive and depth is superb, as is your stitching job.
This one should definately be in a frame! #2577192

Laura Kubasiewicz March 26, 2006

Stunning image! Youre very talented Nathaniel, great job! #2577469

Janine Russell level-deluxe March 26, 2006

Nathaniel, excellent colors, detail, lighting, exposure and composition. #2577956

Tamera S. Phillips March 26, 2006

Great job with stitching Nathaniel. What a beautiful site. #2577977

Diana Child March 29, 2006

This is gorgeous Nathaniel. You have a great gallery! #2587128

Sharon Day level-classic June 28, 2006

Awesome!!! This should have a medal on it! #2962620

James E. Coleman level-classic December 28, 2006

Great work here!! I am going to Wash. next year, is this hard to get to?? Just wondering.

Jim #3749511

To discuss, first log in or sign up (buttons are at top center of page).

Get Constructive Critiques

Sign up for an interactive online photography course to get critiques on your photos.


Did You Know?

Discussions by Category: You can view photo discussions on various themes in the Community > Photo Discussions section of the site.

BetterPhoto Websites: If you see an orange website link directly under the photographer's name, it's totally okay. It's not spam. The reason: BetterPhoto is the one that offers these personal photography websites. We are supporting our clients with those links.

Unavailable EXIF: If there is no other information but 'Unavailable' in the EXIF (meaning no EXIF data exists with the photo), the 'Unavailable' blurb is not displayed. If there is any info, it shows. Many photos have the EXIF stripped out when people modify the image and resave it, before uploading.


The following truth is one of the core philosophies of BetterPhoto:

I hear, I forget.
I see, I remember.
I do, I understand.

You learn by doing. Take your next online photography class. Editor's Pick

Copyright for this gallery photo belongs solely to Nathaniel C. Morse-Dayton.
Images may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way without the expressed, written permission of the photographer.
Log in to follow or message this photographer or report this photo.