Kevin Raber

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Waterfalls and Green

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Waterfall - Olympic National Park

Last spring a group of friends and I went on our annual Mancation.  It’s a group of 10 guys all well known photographers and we pick a spot and we shoot for a week.  We also drink a lot of wine, pick on each other, tell jokes but more than anything else enjoy a common passion – photography.  This shot was taken on last years trip when we visited Olympic National Park in Washington.  We explored the whole park and stayed at three different hotels.  The weather was absolutely perfect for the whole trip and we were surprised on how much green we saw.  This shot was made with the Phase One P65+ at a roadside waterfall.  Exposure was about 1/8th of a second.  The detail in this image is extraordinary as you would expect from a 60 megapixel camera.  One of many waterfalls shot on this trip.

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