Seljalandsfoss is one of the most famous waterfalls in Iceland. It is very picturesque and, therefore, its photo can be found in many books and calendars. I used elevation for this perspective - which most photographers do not attempt due to the vertical climb. I also used a new post processing technique on this photo. Instead of treaditional HDR, I combined 5 images in Photoshop CS6 and post edited in Lightroom 4.2 using 32-bit processing, with a 16-stop dynamic range for this image. I believe the results are more natural and less noisy than other techniques I've tried.