I just wanted to make a quick post to share an image with you that I made a little over a month ago in Yellowstone National Park. Yes, we were there a week before the government shut down...I'm so glad the parks are back open now!
Most of you know I'm kind of a waterfall nut, so seeing one this nice, so far from home and covered in snow was a no-brainer.
I shoot this at a ISO lower than the native ISO of my camera, which I don't do often at all. It just happened to be very bright overcast and I was trying to slow the shutter down as much as I could. I went with ISO 50. I shoot this in Aperture Priority mode at F/22 (again trying to slow 'er down a bit) and that yielded a shutter speed of 1/4 second.
Of course I had my camera mounted on my Vanguard Alta Pro 283CT Tripod and used my Hoya Circular Polarizer. I also used a cable release...I sometimes forget to tell you that, because I usually do it all the time so I sometimes forget that thing isn't actually part of the camera.