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Canon EOS 5D Mark II
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16/10 second
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F/2.0
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50 mm
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100
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Jun 4, 2010, 8:41:59 PM
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Four Peaks by AndreasResch Four Peaks by AndreasResch
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Four wonderful peaks of the Styrian "Gesäuse". From left to right - Admonter Reichenstein, Sparafeld, Kalbling and Riffel. I've already been on the middle two and will add the left one this summer.

FULL VIEW PLEASE

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Location: Admont, Styria, Austria [link]
Date: June 04th, 2010
Light Conditions: Sunset
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Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Lens: Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 35-70mm f/3.4
Focal Length: 35 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/4 sec, 0.4 sec, 0.8 sec, 1.6 sec
Aperture: 11
ISO: 100

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

Filters: Hoya HD Circular Polarizer

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:iconromylyn:
Romylyn Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2013
BRILLIANT ♥♥
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:iconcoruskating:
coruskating Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2012
4 shots in one?! Keeping ISO and F stop constant, changing focusing points, then merging by software?
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
Only the exposure time was changed - the blending was done in Photoshop with masks.
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:iconcoruskating:
coruskating Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
Yes, thank you for the reply. After decades of old fashioned photography, I found a successful nature photographer on PN who plies his regular HDR technique... WITH change of focus of an otherwise relatively the same image. I was suspicious that there will be a lot of noise at poster size magnification, though he alleged to the contrary. This change of f-stop only approach ([link])appears a far saner way to trade off a bit of contrast for a bit or quite a bit of range. Having a large monitor, I always wish there was a way to see these HDR images images in at least 20" samples to appreciate the results, as most of the old school shooters are inherently suspicious of trade offs.
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AndreasResch Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
With the 5D Mark II at ISO100 the noise is not bad. If you want to be on the safe side you can "expose to the right" and take the exposure back down in the raw converter.
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:iconcoruskating:
coruskating Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
I have Mamiya 645AF...:)
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:iconandreasresch:
AndreasResch Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
Well then you don't have to deal with the sensor quirks anyway ;)
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:iconcoruskating:
coruskating Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012
How many thousands of $ do I need to spend on all the processing and post processing soft? :(
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TimberClipse Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2010  Professional Filmographer
What a capture! Really great job!
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Lunox-baik Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010  Professional Photographer
amazing photo.
love the shadows in the mountains and the calm atmosphere.
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