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Rainier alpenglow III



Chatting with another photographer after taking down my gear, I noted his success at shooting twilight shots....so I set up again.

The port's lights on full. The trick here was to capture any light on the mtn without incurring "bloom" on the port's lights. I flipped a 0.9 GND (3 stop) to cover the bottom portion.

Canon 20D, 70-200mm f4L @ 75
ISO200, f13, 30 sec, polarizer, 0.9 GND (reversed)
tripod, MLU, cable release


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Russ


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Date: Mon February 22, 2010
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maestro vecchio

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scintillating subject,
scintillating technique
MCR
#1 Mon February 22, 2010 11:42am

chaud

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Using the grad this way is good idea and you have demonstrated that well with this image.
Barbara & Fred's Other Gallery & Fred's Sportsshooter Gallery
#2 Mon February 22, 2010 3:01pm

bread

member
I must try this trick! Thanks for giving the details on how you got this shot, Russ. The port appears to become a carnival or giant midway at night--beautiful! I see a little 'something' at the bottom right edge of the shot...not sure what it is.

Barbara
#3 Mon February 22, 2010 8:43pm


 
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