I had the pleasure of visiting this, and many other scenic waterfalls of the Gorge area earlier this year. Just a skip and a hop from the Okanagan I call home.
Read on for some more about how this picture was captured
This isn't just any vertical composition. It's actually a couple horizontal frames stitched together to make a vertical panorama. Quite the opposite of your typical horizontal panorama.
I try to use a longer shutter speed when blending panoramas with moving objects in them. It should help reduce the apparent ghosting because it introduces its own natural in-camera ghosting, in this case, showing in the form of silky smooth water.
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