I submitted this image to be reviewed by +Juan Pons (http://juanpons.org/) and +Rick Sammon (http://ricksammon.com/) on their first Digital Photo Experience Google+ Hangout. The Google+ Community is an outgrowth of the Digital Photo Experience Podcast that Juan and Rick do.
This photo was shot in October 2012. You can see the original blog post at http://tjpowell.net/2012/10/high-flow-at-blue-hen-falls/
For the photogeeks this photo was shot with a Canon 50D, Canon 24-105L f/4L IS Lens, mounted on a Tripod, Hoya 77mm Neutral Density ND-400 X, 9 Stop Multi-Coated Glass Filter, ISO 800, Shutter Speed 8.0 Seconds, F/9.0. I took the photo into Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 and processed it.
Here is what I said about it in the original post:
On Friday night we received a significant amount of rain, on Saturday I headed over to Blue Hen Falls (in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park) to see how much water I could find. We have been here many times, you can search on the blog for more photos. This was the largest amount of flow I have seen at the falls. Check out the photos below and you can see all of my photos from Blue Hen Falls in the Blue Hen & Buttermilk Falls Photo Gallery.
Both Rick and Juan liked the photo and found it compelling, sharp, and they loved the colors.
If you want to see what they said about the photo take a look at the video below, i am the second photo they reviewed. If you move the slider to 6:49 into the show you will see what they have to say.
Thank you for providing the review of the photo.Google+