Thank you. It’s a good question. This happens at some waterfalls and I’m not sure why. I don’t know if it’s something to do with something underneath coming through. I first noticed this years ago with a picture in the Yellowstone waterfalls.Beautiful place to fly with the snow.
One question, why the water look greenish? Is it the real color?
Thank you. Yes very true about flying forward and then reversing in post. That I couldn’t do that makes this all the more interesting.I enjoyed flying onboard your drone. Well done with your flying backwards. This was a really tricky scene to shoot with the step height changes and bends - all further complicated by the running water.
Without the motion of the water it would have been more simple to fly forward through the scene and reverse in post. I use this technique fairly routinely but it is a bit of a minefield and its easy to get caught out by moving vehicles, wave motion and animals to name but a few.
All the best, Martin
Yes, I have seen that the color of the snow was very real, that's why I was asking about the waterThank you. It’s a good question. This happens at some waterfalls and I’m not sure why. I don’t know if it’s something to do with something underneath coming through. I first noticed this years ago with a picture in the Yellowstone waterfalls.
Having said that, I admit to adding a LUT in post processing and maybe upping the saturation a bit to emphasize some colors in a fairly colorless winter scene. So I’m sure it’s exaggerated a bit. But I didn’t add it. Nor did I subtract it because I wanted some visual interest. If it’s distracting then maybe it’s counterproductive.
This kind of feedback is always helpful.
edit: I should note that I did a white balance adjustment on the snow to make sure there was no overall color cast. So regarding the green in the water, it must have been there.