Cactus Storm

© Jay Patel

Cactus Storm

Uploaded: February 23, 2009

Description

Death Valley National Park, CA, United States - Southwest States

Tech data: Canon 5D, Canon 17-40 F4L, 1/3s@F16, 0.6 ND Grad Filter, Manual White Balance.

Exif: F Number: 16, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 3/10 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 100, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 17.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 5D

Comments

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe February 23, 2009

Outstanding lighting, depth and capture Jay! Jeff #1088329

Kerry Hill February 23, 2009

Very beautiful, Jay!!! Gorgeous colours and lighting!! #7199887

Shawn Jennings level-classic February 23, 2009

Fantastic image, Jay! #7200077

Susana Ms Heide February 23, 2009

Skillful composition and angle to give the stage to your subject in this vast landscape! Great to see you posting, Jay :o) #7200324

Remi Trepanier February 23, 2009

Amazing shot. Love the beautiful landscape. #7200353

Ken R. Frischkorn February 23, 2009

Beautiful photo with lovely lighting, color and clarity. love the low angle and composition. #7200398

Becky J. Parkinson level-deluxe April 13, 2009

Just beauitful!! I was down in Death Valley just two weeks ago and think I may have some shots of this very cactus! I didn't have this kind of light, however. This takes my breath away!! #7401107

Alex T. Mizuno July 29, 2009

Your image is as beautiful as ever Jay! I really admire the color of the sky you captured. Thank you for sharing the shooting data. It's very helpful to learn how you prepare your shooting. Keep up great work!! #7795172

Carolyn J. Connolly level-classic August 06, 2012

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL, Jay!! FABULOUS low pov and 'mood' here in this DELIGHTFUL image!! :-) #10264900

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