New Hampshire Vacation Day 2
On day 2 of our family vacation to New Hampshire; my family and I travelled along the Kancamagus Highway and hiked along some of its trails. There were definitely some awesome sites to see which are shown in the panorama above which was stitched together in Photoshop CS6 and processed using Lightroom 5.
Along some of the trails were some waterfalls. Since all of these waterfalls are advertised for tourism, I tried to get some different perspectives that would make my images more unique than everyone else.
For the images of the waterfall, I was standing in the stream so that I could get a different perspective of the scene. Because of my vantage point, I am able to lead my viewers eyes through the image as if you are walking into the scene through the water. I personally like the horizontal image compared to the vertical because it shows more detail in the environment and helps lead the viewer into the image with the walkway.
This is an image taken of me by my sister while I was photographing the scene. The water was freezing cold!!!
Be sure to visit my Facebook page www.facebook.com/eastinphotography to see some of the other scenic images taken.
Keywords: Adobe Photoshop CS6, CS6, Kancamagus Highway, Lightroom, New Hampshire, Photoshop, landscape, mountain, panorama, river, stream, waterfall
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I am a family portrait and real estate photographer based out of Akron and Canton Ohio. I love what I do and enjoy sharing my knowledge and experiences to those who care. Throughout this blog you can read all about my photographic adventures whether its from a current body of work or vacations with my family.
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