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Draken on October 31, 2011

¿Usaste un filtro estrellado para el sol o el efecto estrellado que viene con la cámara? Dicen los que saben que es mejor no apuntar al sol pues el sensor puede dañarse (es mejor consultar con alguien que sepa), pero el efecto que se logra es muy tentador.

Gerard Sanz on October 31, 2011

Sin filtro. Soy super fan de este resultado, ya me gustava con la Lumix ;) Ya preguntaré por ahí!

JBTHEMILKER on October 31, 2011

You took a few straight into the sun. I need to try that.

Gerard Sanz on October 31, 2011

I loved the result it provided me, so I abused ;)

Buelipix on December 13, 2011

Beautiful, very beautiful!

"... ¿Usaste un filtro ..." This effect depends mainly of the construction of lens: refraction of light at the lamellaes/ aperture blades in the lens ... and the larger the sensor (the smaller the sun on the sensor is depicted) more clearly the rays! And the lens must be very clean, otherwise there are stains! Here some theory on this effect (en alemán) ;-)

Best regards, Buelipix

Buelipix on December 13, 2011

... oh yes ... and the sky must be very clearly ...

Gerard Sanz on December 14, 2011

No filter, it just worked well ... maybe luck ;)

Buelipix on December 14, 2011

Yeah ... Nikon and full frame - and nice weather - and Zermatt ;-)) It's a dream ...

Alisa Nikonowa on November 30, 2012

I liked! Brilliant shot!

정인우 on February 1, 2014

OH ~~

I have the greatest respect for you !!!

Fantastic shot !

Very good photo ! Like it ! !!
Thank you so much my dear ...

Wonderful photo and beautiful !!!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on October 24, 2011
  • Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike
    by Gerard Sanz
    • Camera: NIKON CORPORATION NIKON D700
    • Taken on 2011/10/23 11:58:45
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1250)
    • Focal Length: 35.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/18.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: -1.33 EV
    • No flash

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