The second long hike this fall in Ohio took me to the waterfalls in Hocking Hills State Park.
Flowing water is infinitely attractive. It’s common to capture waterfalls through long exposures to get that seductive silkiness.
Waterfalls can be as beautiful as the human body.
One little project I have is to make a time lapse movie with long time exposures of waterfalls, ideally in Iceland, over 24 hours, taking one shot every minute, which would give a single one minute long clip.
Then one can also capture instants time with very short exposures, dissolving the flow of a water into isolated droplets.
Here the plan would be to create a slow-motion film, taking hundreds of shots a minute, and exposing each for 1/8000 of a second, so that we can follow each droplet for much longer that it takes to fall.