Steavenson Falls – Visiting and Processing Photos

It is Monday and I have another video for you. I thought I might try something a bit different this week.

I videoed my trip, well parts of it so I have put together a video with the waterfall. I have also included a look at all the photos I took and at the end, I processed the two photos you see in this post.

I don’t really know what you guys want to see, so I am guessing here. I like to think I would enjoy something like these when I was starting out on my photography journey.

I did get back to Steavenson Falls, I told you about it a couple of weeks ago. It was incredible, unfortunately, the conditions for photographing it weren’t. You will have to see the video to see what I mean.

Here it is.

This is a long exposure that I took and have worked on.

The image in the header was also worked on in the video.

I know I ask this a lot, but if there is anything that you would like to see me doing in the videos, then please tell me.

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  1. I love this, Leanne. Steavenson Falls use to be one of our favourite day trips from Melbourne. That is so much water coming down. I use to love sitting with my feet in a water pool at the top of the falls after that hot walk uphill. Our dam was looking like a waterfall a few weeks ago too! Great photos. Lynn

    1. Thank you Lynn, it is an amazing waterfall and you are so right so close to Melbourne. I think it takes me about an hour and a half to get there. We were so surprised to see how much water there was, especially as we hadn’t had that much rain in the days leading up to it. I like the idea of the waterfall dam, sounds great.

    1. You will see how I do it eventually. The problem is that it takes me hours, but also what I do on one image I don’t do on another. Each one is done separately if that makes sense.

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