Bunch Of Bracketed Shots

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (12)

W@Z on February 5, 2009

Awesome Dasha, well done

dashalive on February 5, 2009

Hey thanks guys. Yes I was looking through this sequence the other night and forgot about this one. Glad you liked it - hoping you all have a great weekend



赝能隙-寻城记 on February 8, 2009

impressive photo

very very beautiful

friendly greetings from Nanjing,China,kuka

My ♥ January Contest: path to paradise

marita1005 on February 8, 2009

DASH this is a wonderful picture, colours, light. And your composition is very good, Y* Greetings from Austria Marita

scml on February 10, 2009

Really beautiful...as usual you have done a stunning effect...I love your style it is so amazing...

All the best from Sandy

Eugene Hristov (evg7… on February 11, 2009

Stunning as usual!

I admire Your Work - it is a Right Place to Learn Something! Since the EXIF does not show info about exposure, please tell us some Info about exposure time/F-stop and what Filter (ND?,polarizer) did You use? Thank You in advance /Greetings, Eugene

dashalive on February 11, 2009

Thanks you everyone for stopping by again. Your comments are wonderful. Not too sure about the technical side of what I am doing Eugene with regard to F Stop polorizers etc. I'm a bit like a musician who can't read music. I can tell you though that I set the shot up to do a bracketed maximum level 3 shot exposure. I let the camera do the work for me on auto settings rather than work the exposure levels myself. If I am thinking about doing a 5 shot exposure then I will do it manually. Doing a 5 as opposed to a 3 shot does not really make much difference when it comes to using Photomatix in my experience. Others have had different results and will argue that 5 shot is better. I also do some work on the sun with CS3 occasionally and put the original exposure from aperture to reduce the flare you tend to get from the HDR production. This one took about 15 mins to produce. i think i have mastered the work that needs to be done on shots now after spending whole year in my lounge room each weekend working some shots for up 3 hours. The main thing about shooting, I find, is to get the subject right first then getting the time of day right next. It's a little bit of hit and miss at first but after a while things start to come naturally when you get the hang of knowing what you are doing.

Hope that helps


赝能隙-寻城记 on February 19, 2009

really beautiful

back to add a best of vote

friendly greetings from Nanjing,China,kuka

My ♥ January Contest: path to paradise

Sorin Pavel (pvlsori… on March 9, 2009

Beautiful picture!Very nice place and colors!Greetings,Sorin

Emidu72 on April 4, 2009

Superb landscape ! very beautiful shot... bravo !

Greetings from France, Emilie

breathing spirit on November 2, 2009

Amazing scene!

nausga on October 12, 2010

What a beautiful photo! Nice colours! L2!

Regards from Greece.

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on February 4, 2009
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by dashalive
    • Camera: Canon EOS 30D
    • Taken on 2009/01/18 06:45:51
    • Focal Length: 10.00mm
    • ISO Speed: ISO100