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Aug 01, 2010 11:40 |  #1

The wife and I had left Jerome Arizona headed back to Sedona last September and there had been some thunderstorms scattered about. Saw this rainbow and pulled off the hight and took a few quick pictures, this is an HDR of it. Comments good or bad??

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Aug 02, 2010 15:53 |  #2

I like it. What a great place to take photos. I have never been to Arizona but it seems like an awesome place. Was it raining where you were or just off in the distance?


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Aug 02, 2010 21:34 |  #3

It was raining to the right side of the picture. There had been showers scatted about the area though.


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Aug 04, 2010 19:30 |  #4

Nice Dano. Did you get caught in the flash floods?


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Aug 04, 2010 19:39 as a reply to  @ irishman's post |  #5

Very nice. I take drives up there frequently to take pics.




  
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Aug 04, 2010 22:13 |  #6

RipIt4NickIt wrote in post #10663358 (external link)
Very nice. I take drives up there frequently to take pics.

Yep, sure did! Amazing to see an actual flash flood and the damage a thunderstorm can cause in short order in that part of the country. I didn't think it was a lot of rain, here in Oklahoma we call them gully washers and happen regularly in the spring. It takes a great deal more here to produce flooding..


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Aug 04, 2010 22:25 |  #7

Nice work Dan. It doesn't look like HDR at all.




  
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Aug 05, 2010 12:24 |  #8

Well this is what rainbow is called, great shot =)


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Aug 05, 2010 13:23 |  #9

wow
this is such an amazing shot.




  
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Aug 05, 2010 18:23 |  #10

Wow, that's a huge rainbow!! Nicely done.


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Aug 05, 2010 19:50 |  #11

Yes, sometimes you just get lucky! Thanks everyone..


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Aug 06, 2010 05:58 |  #12

Love the image! How many images did you use to get the HDR image? Also, did you put it together with CS4, CS5 or something else? What ever you did, it worked. Great capture!


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Aug 06, 2010 17:40 |  #13

georgebowman wrote in post #10671845 (external link)
Love the image! How many images did you use to get the HDR image? Also, did you put it together with CS4, CS5 or something else? What ever you did, it worked. Great capture!

It was three shots handheld. I have a custom function set to do all three so I brace myself well and get a 3 shot burst. Done in Photomatix.


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Aug 08, 2010 22:45 |  #14

Thanks for the info Dan and the great idea. I think I'll set up a similar custom function on my 50D. I have always used a tripod but many times it just isn't possible. The 3 shot burst is a great alternative in a pinch. Thanks again!


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Aug 09, 2010 08:06 |  #15

Wonderful capture!


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