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Lands End, San Francisco

BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist
 
Lands End, San Francisco
Lands End, San Francisco
© Alan W. George
Canon EOS 1Ds Mark...
 
 
 
Mustafa K. Al Jallad     Beautiful view Alan very nice colors


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4/23/2006 11:27:08 PM

 
Tamera Phillips
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Congrats on your finalist Alan.


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5/21/2006 3:56:01 PM

 
Erica Murphy
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Lovely!

Erica


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5/21/2006 6:38:25 PM

 
Kristian L. Stricklin
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GORGEOUS!


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5/22/2006 8:50:20 AM

 
Donna LaMattino Pagakis
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Wow, what a scene!! A big congratulations on your finalist win!


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5/22/2006 10:00:50 AM

 
Ariel Lepor
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Great capture! How did you set the camera to have this cool effect? (Shutter, aperature, ISO, filters?) Congratulations!


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5/22/2006 11:48:38 AM

 
Errick L. Cameron
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congrats. Are you shooying RAW? just started with the 5D and thinling of going RAW. Inexpereinced. Any suggestions?


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6/11/2006 4:27:03 PM

 
Ariel Lepor
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YES! PLEASE ANSWER US!


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6/11/2006 5:40:25 PM

 
Alan W. George  

Yes definitely shooting RAW. To get the most out a shoot like this, you need to flexablity and 16 bit depth of RAW. JPG is only 8 bits and when editing this is a limiting factor over 16 bits. Also for a shoot like this you need graduated neutral density filters to lower the dynamic range of the scene in order for the sensor handle this. You need to block some of the light from the sky so that you can capture both it and the foreground without blowing the sky out. Good Luck.


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6/12/2006 8:58:02 AM

 
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