Walker Falls 360-degree Panoramic
While driving up the beautiful and scenic road to Douglas Falls, my friend, Janet and I stopped at Walker Falls along the way to capture some photos. I ended up climbing up about 30 feet to get a better vantage point of the upper falls and I also captured a 360-degree panoramic image at the base by the road. At this point in the day, the waterfall was fairly small, however, while Janet and I were at Douglas Falls, it rained on the Walker Falls side causing the falls to pick up. After hiking Douglas Falls, and on the way back down the one-lane dirt road, we stopped back at Walker Falls to get some more images since the waterfall had picked up in velocity.
To capture the above 360-degree images, I used my Canon 6d Mk ii with my Canon 8-15mm fisheye lens. The combo was mounted to a Manfrotto tripod with a Nodal Ninja panoramic head mounted to the tripod. To get the long exposure look, I used the smallest aperture of the lens, and the lowest ISO the camera body would allow which was ISO 100. If you would like to learn more about how I create these interactive panoramic images, leave a comment below or send me an email.
Here are a few extra images I captured while at the waterfall.