t's my favorite time of the year, Fall! We always venture up to the Poconos Mountains to catch some of the leaves changing. This season is no exception.
As I am just beginning to learn a Nikon D800 I thought it would be a good learning experience to head out and shoot some local rivers and streams as the sun was setting. I have a lot to learn. One of my big mistakes was using the flimsy tripod I bought for a lighter camera. The problem was that even when taking bracketed photos with a 2 second timer it still managed to shake the tripod. The result was some ghosting between my five images. The Nikon D800 is a beast!
Anyway I climbed down to this rocky outcropping to grab this shot. I spent sometime in Photosho trying to fix some ghosting using layers. This is the first photo I've ever exported from Photoshop and I'm proud that I got over my intellectual fear of using it.