The rushing waters of Kitchen Creek were crashing loudly down the face of Harrison Wright Falls. Photographer Mark Van Scyoc was getting an “up close & personal” shot of the waterfall when I photographed him in action. I captured him with his own lens, while he was using my 17mm ultra-wide.
The image was captured with a Canon 5D Full Frame DSLR camera with a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L professional lens. The focal length was set to 70mm. The shutter speed was 1/6th of a second @ f/18. The camera’s ISO was set to 100. The camera was mounted on a Manfrotto tripod, with a Manfrotto 222 Pistol Grip head. A remote shutter release cable and hot shoe mounted bubble level were also used.
Mark was shooting with a Canon 5D MK II body through a Canon EF 17-40mm f/4L lens.
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This series of Ricketts Glen waterfall photographs were captured on December 31st, 2012, during an 8 hour winter hike & shoot with photographer Mark Van Scyoc. Twelve of the twenty-two famous “named” waterfalls in the park were visited during this trip.
Ricketts Glen is located near the small rural village of Red Rock, PA, at the junction of Pennsylvania State Routes 118 and 487. The park is about midway between Williamsport and Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania, in the north eastern region of the USA.
WARNING: Ricketts Glen waterfall trails are extremely dangerous in the winter months! They are closed to the public from late November unit spring. Winter hiking is only permitted if you are a well-equipped hiker with previous icy condition hiking or climbing experience. Each climber must register and sign in before entering the trails and must also sign out after the hike. Crampons, Ice axes and climbing ropes are absolutely required. This is NOT just a “walk in the park”.
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