I shot these while hiking Great Falls last year. I was on the Maryland side and I was deep off trail. Nothing says fun while lugging a tripod with a Nikon D810 over your shoulder while not trying to fall into the churning water.
There are two images here. Basically the same image just shot portrait and landscape. I could not figure out which version I liked better. When I hit the final save it’s the landscape version but I saw no reason not to publish the portrait as well. They are both decent photos and it was just a matter of preference.
Publishing both also illustrates that you should not just take one shot and be done with it. Sometimes just moving a bit or switching to portrait gives you a different perspective. I do tend to move around when I am shooting and will take multiple images of the same subject. Light may change or something else. Memory cards are cheap so shoot away.
Editing I did my usual workflow. I knew I wanted the bubbles to pop so I was determined to make them so. Once I dodged and burned it was time for some masking fun. I loaded up Intensify CK and played with filters. Strangely enough I went with Aerial Photo Enhance. It really just pumps clarity and dehaze (or whatever it’s called in Intensify.). Once I had that I just masked it in at various levels for both photos and called it a day.