Recently spent a day hiking, picnicking and photographing around Letchwoth State Park, one of New York’s beautiful state parks. The Genesee River which flows through the park has cut a deep gorge with three impressive waterfalls.
This image is a High Dynamic Range (HDR) image created by merging five photos taken in 1 stop intervals from -2EV to +2EV. I recently reinstalled Skylum’s Aurora HDR 2019 which roundtrips out of Adobe’s Lightroom Classic making it easy to create HDR images which best fit the way I saw this scene.
Upper Falls, featured above, up until 2017, looked very different as large cement blocks anchored tall steel girders supporting a Portage Bridge spanning the gorge.
Photographing the same scene over time is one of the joys of photography. Documenting the changes for others to learn and appreciate.