Blue Hen Falls at 11mm
I took this photo of Blue Hen Falls on 22 Nov 2015. This was shot using the Canon 11-24mm f/4L US Ultra Wide Lens mounted on a Canon 5D Mark II Camera Body. I was evaluating this lens and I absolutely loved it. Unfortunately I no longer have it, I really wanted to keep it and not return it.
This was shot at 11mm which is the widest setting. This is a rectilinear lens and not a fisheye, so you are not going to see curvature of the image around the edges.
I was up under the overhang. The angle and how wide this shot is looks fantastic.
I processed this photo with the new Macphun Aurora HDR Software. I have found this to be the best HDR software I have used to date. Very easy to use and easy to generate images that do not look like HDR and have the dynamic range that you are looking for.
Keywords: AuroraHDR, Blue Hen Falls, Bodies of Water, CVNP, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, HDR, Parks, Waterfall
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