Beech Leaf and Cascades

This morning I had the pleasure of meeting up with Ed Heaton, a Tamron Image Master, renowned  for his landscape photography expertise and his equally talented son Zach to capture some views of Autumn in Pennsylvania.

Most of my photos today were with the Tamron 14-150mm Di III Lens and my Olympus PEN E-PL3 Micro Four Thirds Camera.  A small and lightweight combo that can capture a great diversity of scenery.  Here is one of my favorites:

Fine Art Waterfall Photograph

Autumn in Pennsylvania captured with the Tamron 14-150mm Di II Lens and the Olympus PEN E-PL3 Micro Four Thirds Camera.

Camera settings: 14mm (28mm equivalent) @ 1/2s F/9 ISO 200.  Aperture Priority Mode -2/3 EC, Auto White Balance, RAW file format, Spot Metering, 2-second delay.  Camera mounted on Benro carbon fiber tripod.

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3 thoughts on “Beech Leaf and Cascades

    • Thanks Aaron, and thanks for coming to my blog. This was only my 2nd trip to RGSP. Really an enchanting and unique nature area. It may be well known to the photography world, but I encourage all of my hiking friends from New Jersey to take in the sights also.

      • No problem, Dave. Now following your blog.. If you have the proper gear (crampons, ice axe, climbing rope) It is a different world in Winter! Indeed.. There are more trails besides the Falls Trail.

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