Great Gaddesden Morning
- November 13, 2012
- Canon EOS Rebel T2i
- Cannon EF2 10 ss
- Shooting Style Tripod
- Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
- Exposures Number -1.-0.5,0,+0.5,+1
- Editing Software Others / Photomatix Pro / Photoshop
- File Format RAW
- Notes Still have a lot to learn but am getting there thanks to the help of folk on this forum, I am now experimenting with more than 3 brackets and so far it seems to be working.
This picture was taken on a smashing morning near Great Gaddesden in the Hertfordshire countryside, I had spent 20 minutes taking photos of a tree on the hill but on the way down took a couple of shots of this scene, as it happens the 20 minute tree shots did "not" work. This quick picture I took on the way down did, the last minute shots seem to be the surprising ones.
Excellent Work David. I see the slightest amount of halo on a couple of trees but not enough to deduct given that bright sun which is Great without flares. Could be a Wallhanger....it's that good. FaveD!
Best seen on Black Background to appreciate.
Thanks everyone, very kind of you...
Perhaps you should try the exposure: -2,-1,0,+1,+2 or -4,-2,0,+2,+4
very nicely done