JD and I truly enjoyed hiking in and around Johnson Canyon. Within the canyon, there are many waterfalls and a lot of fast moving water—a great time to play with slow shutter speeds. For many of my photos, I used my Sing Ray variable neutral density filter. The filter allows you to adjust the you exposure anywhere from 2 to 8 stops. The filter is great for capturing moving water.
In this photo, I wanted to capture the water flow and the reflective light on the rocks.
Camera settings: Nikon D3, Nikon 28mm f/2.8 shot at ISO 200, f/13 and 8 second with Sing Ray variable neutral density filter attached.
Lightroom—Set black and white points, added clarity and mid-tone contrast.
Photoshop—used nik Color Efex Pro to add contrast to various parts of the photo.