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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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Oct 2, 2009, 12:05:59 PM
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Dolomite Wonderland by AndreasResch Dolomite Wonderland by AndreasResch
Dolomite Wonderland

View from the base of the "Tre Cime di Lavaredo" towards the north. What a magical place.

FULL VIEW PLEASE

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Location: Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Dolomites [link]
Date: October 02nd, 2009
Light Conditions: Sunny
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 35-70mm f/3.4
Focal Length: 50 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/60 sec
Aperture: 11
ISO: 50

Panorama: 2 Horizontal Images

Tripod: Feisol CT-3402
Tripod Head: Acratech Ultimate Ballhead

Filters:
- Hoya HD Circular Polarizer
- Lee Graduated Neutral Density 0.6 Soft

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:iconmarmotica:
Marmotica Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful!
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:iconmrodriqez:
Mrodriqez Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2010
fantastic
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:icongilgond:
Gilgond Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, it sure looks like a wonderland! Great photo :)
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2009  Professional Photographer
These kind of pictures only make me want to become the best landscape photographer I can be. Love the scale in comparison to the shack at the bottom right.
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Photographer
We could have spent so many time there, waiting for the perfect light.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Photographer
And I bet it would never have gotten boring. How long will you wait for lighting to get just right?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Photographer
There we had a schedule to follow - too many places to visit in too little time. I usually wait for the light just in the run of day. Maybe I would add a second day of waiting if the place really has potential.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Photographer
So if time wasn't an issue, would you wait an entire day for one shot?
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2009  Professional Photographer
Sure.
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:iconjacob-routzahn:
Jacob-Routzahn Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2009  Professional Photographer
awesome
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