Our solution is rather simple. Today we were wading up a series or rapids along the Granite River and this particular cedar-lined rapid spoke to me. Amy held the canoe in an eddy while I scrambled ahead and set up our Panasonic GH4 camera on the tripod. I composed the shot, focused, adjusted the exposure, and then put the camera in time-lapse mode. I set up the camera so it would take one photograph every three seconds, clicked the shutter and returned to the canoe. Then Amy and I waded up the rapid to another eddy. I scrambled back to the camera and stopped the timelapse. The camera had taken about 45 photos during that time. At camp I loaded the 10 images that had us in the frame to examine more closely and chose this image to share, no photography gnome required!
Please remember we are taking these images to help @savetheBWCA from a series of proposed copper mines that threaten this national treasure. Today is our 292nd day in the Wilderness. Please take action today by following the link in our bio and signing the petition.
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