Posts Tagged ‘Delaware Water Gap

29
Mar
21

Dingmans Falls

In this video I’ll share some of my imagery, hiking experiences and compositions as I make my way up to Dingmans Falls located in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania. This part of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area. In addition I will share my set up and process for photographing the main waterfall in a deep dark valley. I will share some of my settings and how I utilize the Olympus OM-D camera system. Explore, Capture & Create. Link: Click Here

01
Feb
21

Delaware Water Gap Blending Live Composite

This video will show you how I blended a daytime Live Composite image with a conventional long exposure from the Delaware Water Gap on top of Mount Minsi in Pennsylvania looking at Mount Tammany in New Jersey. To get here I will show you my winter hike along the way on the Appalachian Trail. As I move along the trail, I’ll share some of my images. Some of the vistas along the way are breathtaking. I will share some of my settings and how I utilize the Olympus OM-D camera system. Explore, Capture & Create. Click Here

 

11
Feb
16

Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

This is an area that I have photographed in the past. It’s know as the Zimmerman Farm. However, it’s been several years since I traveled back to this area. I shot these images shortly after the last snow storm we had. The area is still as I remember it. All of the images were shot with the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II. Mother nature was more than cooperative this day. The light was beautiful and the textures on the buildings were amazing.

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02
Feb
16

After the Storm

Last week we had a storm here in the North East of epic proportion. In our area we had in excess of 31 inches. We set a record snowfall, based on a 24 hour period. I wanted to get up to the Poconos to photograph in some areas I had been to in the past, but not in the winter months. I wasn’t sure what to expect since they received slightly less snow than we did. I was greeted with some beautiful weather and as such, some amazing landscapes. The following images were shot with long exposures to create the milky effect in the moving water. In all cases, the camera I used was the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II.

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26
Oct
11

Looking at Autumn in the Delaware Water Gap




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