Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Horsetail Firefall mist - Yosemite National Park

The light changed so much that I was struggling on what to shoot. I probably switched between my 70-200 and 50mm a dozen times. Still had some great light on the valley floor treetops but in this set of exposures the mist coming from the falls was incredible. The clouds up top at this stage were a bit more scattered, but spread out and lit nicely on top of El Capitan. You can see that the beam on the falls is still a bit wide, which gives you an indicator that this wasn’t towards the finale. Check out the light on all the ridges tho.

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Brandon Yoshizawa
B.A.Y | photography
Landscape and Wildlife photography