Yesterday after work,, and I traveled out to Rowena Crest to photograph the wild flowers and sunset on what was a really mild day. What is funny (to me at least) is that this location marked my first shoot since returning back to Portland and it was also my last shoot before moving away to California a year ago.
I also finally had the opportunity to put my untouchedLucroit filters to use on my Canon TS-E 17mm lens. They worked like a champ and I can’t wait to hit some waterfalls to get even more long exposure action with them. This particular photo is a seven exposure tone-mapped HDR image that was stylized using Nik Analog Efex Pro and Lightroom 5. All I know is that it feels really good to be shooting and editing again in the Pacific NW!