Glorious Morning
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Sunrise came suddenly and the fog disappeared completely. I run over higher ground where I had seen a fallen tree. But already contrast was too much between the bright yellow middle ground and the background, more so in the tree line. So in a rush I inserted all of my three graduated filters at different levels and hoped for the best, letting the 1005-pixels Matrix Metering do its magic. As always, it did not disappoint me. But now I know I need in my bag a 5-stop ND Grad and a 3-stop reverse one.
· Date: Tue 30-August-2005 · Views: 6901 · Filesize: 56.9KB, 743.5KB · Dimensions: 800 x 582 ·
Keywords: 4th ANPAT Colorado
Camera: Nikon F5 on Gitzo G1227 with Markins M10 ballhead + TB20 base plate
Lens & Filters: 17-35mm f/2.8D ED AF-S Zoom Nikkor + Cokin 666 Gradual-Fluo Blue 1 Color filter + 3-stop Hitech Graduated ND filter + 2-stop Hitech Graduated ND filter
ISO: Kodak Ektachrome E100VS at rated ISO 100
Aperture: f/18
Shutter speed: Unrecorded
Location: Chautauqua Park, Boulder Colorado, USA
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