Captured at the Låtefossen waterfall in Norway.
It was a pain in the arse to get this shot to say the least. Due to the weather conditions I spend almost one hour, half of the time only waiting for the rain to stop. When there was a short rain break I rushed to the locations I scouted out earlier, armed with an umbrella and a microfibre cloth in order to keep the lens free from water. Must have been hilarious for people passing by to see me jumping around with an umbrella, tripod and camera
However I found it hilarious too when I saw people taking pictures with flash while they were sitting in their caravan and passing by the waterfall, haha.
This was my last frame I was shooting back at this place and it was already starting to rain and it was about to get dark, hence I used high ISO. I didn't think that this shot would turn out good anyway, so I didn't bother going higher with the ISO. However this turned out to be the best shot of this evening, that's life...UPDATE
I was able to replace most of the noisy image areas by another exposure which was captured earlier. Now I'm quite happy with the result, there is also way more details in the forest on the right side. The foreground was intentionally left very dark, otherwise it would distracted too much.
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