Rhododendrons at Sunset on Roan Mountain, June the 14th. Jane Bald and Round Bald in view. Shot on Canon 5D Mark IV with Canon 17mm Tilt-shift lens and Lee Filters 0.6 filter.
A Little Background For the last three years, we’ve made the trek to Roan Mountain during the Rhododendron and Flame Azalea peak bloom season, the first couple weeks of June. It is one of the true highlights of the year and a time not-to-be-missed! Three weeks ago, we made our 4th drive out to Roan Mountain for this 2017 Rhododendrons/Flame Azaleas season. It was the second time this season, where
The Royalty of Roan Mountain – Rhododendrons in mid June There is always “ideal light”, at Sunrise and Sunset, but do not discount cloudy days and timing your shots as the cloud’s border creates a perfect mix of diffusion and Sunlight! Shot on my Canon 5D Mark IV and 17mm Tilt-shift Lens, with Lee Filters 0.9 Grad ND and Landscape Circular Polarizer, Friday afternoon, June 9th, 2017. Focus Stacking was utilized
After a very difficult hike (carrying heavy gear), albeit relatively short hike, I was delighted to have the pleasure of experiencing an amazing Sunset. This was shot using exposure bracketing and merged – as a high dynamic range photo – using my Canon 5D Mark III, 17mm Tilt-shift lens at f8 and Lee Filters 0.6 soft-edge ND filter and the 105mm Landscape Circular Polarizer. If you enjoy this image, be