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Pity no clouds that day :(
Extended the shutter here to smooth our the small ocean waves that were gliding in among the rocks.
Perched on the very edge of land and sea, Oregon lighthouses were constructed to warn ships to stay away. Throughout Oregon maritime history, ships loaded with cargo from the world’s seaports sailed up and down the rocky Oregon Coast. And the treacherous waters and vicious Pacific storms wrecked many a ship against the rocks and shifting sand bars.
Most of the lighthouses in Oregon were built in the late 1800’s, and are now over one hundred years old. The kerosene beacons in the lighthouses were converted to electricity in the 1930's. By the 1960’s, all light keepers were removed from the lighthouses, and now the beacons are fully automated.
Nine Oregon lighthouses remain on the edge of the rocky Coast. Seven of the lighthouses were constructed on the mainland. These seven mainland lighthouses are open to the public and you can tour and visit each mainland lighthouse.
(Nikon - 24-70mm/2.8 @ 70mm - 5 sec @ f22 - ISO 100)
Sundown in Southern Oregon.
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On the top of some nice rolling hills in Eastern Oregon, near Pendleton, there is a large outcropping of volcanic rocks.
Spent the last 3 days at the coast shooting with my buddy Ryan, and was finally able to get a few new images. Thanks for looking.
Polarizer - 3-stop soft GND
An interesting volcanic mountain top on a rolling hill near Pendleton, Oregon in northeast Oregon.
Here is a little better comp from this location. I pulled in here just as the light was going crazy, and didn't have a whole lot of time to look around.
Polarizer - 3 stop reverse GND
4-stop Solid ND
This was a trip down the Oregon Coast. Stopped at a lot of lighthouses along the way. Beautiful scenery.
PJ looks out onto the last Oregon sunset of our Oregon and California vacation, the highlights of which have been presented in the prior 51 images in this photostream. I will take a break from presenting vacation images for now while I post-process the images from our China trip in September. For more landscape images: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157639196264144/ For more portrait images: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157639194979415/ For 500 plus favorites: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157645285005438/ For 400 plus favorites: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157645146623810/ For 300 plus favorites: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157644248733243/ For 200 plus favorites: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157644194251902/ For 100 plus favorites: www.flickr.com/photos/jeff_pj/sets/72157644194814031/
Morning walk, Oregon coast on a foggy warm fall morning.
Had the whole beach to ourself.
Here is a section of the coast there with some pretty rocks and formations. Took the 30 second capture to smooth out the water some as the sunset took over the scene.
Taken about a month ago while in Southern Oregon.
Polarizer - Heavy on the GND's
Mountains rise up from the road in Eastern Oregon, a very scenic drive.
Oregon, town of Florence providing "light pollution" ! ; )
The sun was just about to set when we arrived at our B&B in Newport, Oregon. I'm glad there was a Sitka spruce in just the right place to mitigate the glare of the setting sun.
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A magical wild place on the Oregon coast with lots of driftwood and very few people.
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Another beautiful day in Oregon! I'll take it :) So glad I get to work OUTSIDE!! One of the many perks as a photog ;)
The kind of image that makes a photographer smile at the end of the day!! :-)
I had one really lovely sunset on my recent work trip to Oregon. It was fun to run in and compose a photograph in the 10 seconds before running back out with the next wave. I just love when a receding wave creates a great big sand mirror on the beach!
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One of my favorite places along the Oregon Coast - Cape Perpetua. This is sunrise looking north. I waited here for quite a while hoping for a much bigger wave to come and engulf the rocks....well this was the best I got before the light started to turn on me.....The exposure was kind of messed up so I had to tweak the sky a little in photoshop to help bring out the clouds.
I was going back through some shots from a previous trip down there since Ill be headed back that way on a solo trip for a week or so......just collecting ideas and thoughts to put into use when I go....seeing the images I bring back from each trip of a certain place help me to do better next time.....
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 17 mm
ISO Speed: 50
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Oregon Coast. This night had all the potenial to be an epic evening. While I didn't get the intense cotton candy clouds, I thought this was kinda cool. It took quite a few shots to get the waves to kinda mirror the sky, this was the closest I got. I defintely love shooting the action of waves, feels like fishing. I use a pair of ultra lightweight waders that are way easy to hike in anywhere with my gear, so I'm able to stand out in the waves indefinitely and hopefully get different perspectives. Your thoughts are always appreciated. Thanks for looking
CitiRail 1320 leads a westbound empty oil train over the Rock River bridge on the BNSF at Oregon, IL, on 3-20-15.
Captured right after the sun set, in October 2015 on a trip from California up to Bend, Oregon.
The one constant on the Oregon coast is trees. They grow everywhere, and every rock of any size will probably have a forest for its crown ... like this one located between Gold Beach and Brookings at Windy Point.
Along the Oregon coast is this very interesting rock formation ... was lucky to be there at low tide so I could go inside and explore. The lighting was challenging, and I exposed this to get the highlights right at the far edge of blowing out. This is one exposure taken in RAW and processed with LR-4. Pretty amazing the lighting dynamic captured here, to go along with the amazing location.
I also did not clone out the people there - they moved a little in the exposure, but they help give this some scale.
Using the 9 Stop ND filter did a 30 seconds exposure there to pull out the details under the water smoothing out the ocean. Some lovely spots along the Oregon coast, and nice catching it under these blue skies.