Acadia NP – Sunrise on Otter Cliffs

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I have photographed this scene on several occasions, but the sunrise lighting on this particular image is the best, yet.  This is a single image (surprise) captured with a 24-70mm Nikkor lens at 38mm and f/16.  Exposure time was .8 seconds.  Post-processing was done with Lightroom CC.  Otter Cliffs is viewed from Boulder Beach and this image complements the image in my previous post, Sunrise on Boulder Beach.

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Acadia NP – Bar Harbor Overlook

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When I arrived at Acadia, I drove directly to my camp site in Blackwoods Campground and quickly set up my tent.  I then drove to the top of Cadillac Mountain to capture this image. The blog image is a 4-position panorama.  Each of the 4 positions is a 3-shot HDR for a total of 12 images.  The images were captured with a Nikkor 24-70mm lens at 70mm and f/10.  All HDR, Panorama and final post-processing were done with Lightroom CC.  The city in the middle foreground is Bar Harbor, Maine.

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Acadia NP – Jordan Pond

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Beginning on June 20 I spent 5 nights camping at Acadia National Park in Maine.  Although I experienced 2 days of almost continuous rain, I did manage to capture some good images.  The blog image was captured at about 8:30 pm on my last night in the park.  I was waiting for the Northern Lights to appear, but finally gave up after 10:30 pm.  This image was captured with a Nikkor 14-24mm lens at f/10 24mm and an exposure time of over 6 minutes.  The pink light in the sky was from a fleeting sunset and the orange color probably originated from lights in Bar Harbor.  Post-processing was done with Lightroom CC.

Over the next several days I will be publishing additional images captured at Acadia.

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