Ullswater Sunset, round the corner from sharrow bay by TomScottPhoto, on FlickrSunset over Blencathra, while farmer works in field. Shot from Troutbeck by TomScottPhoto, on FlickrSunset over Blencathra from Troutbeck by TomScottPhoto, on FlickrSunset Silhouette over Blencathra by TomScottPhoto, on FlickrSunset over Blencathra by TomScottPhoto, on Flickr
MV beach by jwilbern, on Flickr
How about a sunrise? Canon 24mm f3.5L II TS, f8, 4 portrait stitched pano, 3 expo HDR, 5D MKII - foreground de-ghosted to preserve water details.
Hello CR! First post, a shot I've been planning and waiting for! Hope you enjoy.Canon 5D ii 20mm (17-40) 5 vertical stitched images ISO 160 F14
Sharing one of my most recent sunset shots, too. I applied 1 degree of tilt downwards to alter the plane of focus and another 3 degrees shift to straighten the terminal structures on the horizon. FinaleCanon EOS 5D Mark III ı Canon TS-E24mm f/3.5L II ı Singh Ray LB Warming Polarizer ı Singh Ray 0.9 Reverse ND Grad Filter ı 24mm ı 25s ı f/16 ı ISO 100Finale by shutterwideshut on Flickr
I used to use the Singh-Ray warming polariser and reverse grad a lot (probably too much ). I've recently got a revers grad for my Lee system, but haven't had too many opportunities to use it yet. It's good to be reminded what results it can produce though.
Red Rock CanyonEOS 7D, 18-135mm
Quote from: Krob78 on October 30, 2013, 01:09:17 PMRed Rock CanyonEOS 7D, 18-135mmVery compelling, Ken!
Thanks guys.The sun was so strong the image naturally silhouettes. Leaving it there to me was the only way to edit the images. Recovering more would lead to a less dramatic image Technically maybe not perfect but artistic licence sometimes over rights the technical.