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Feb 24, 2018 22:20 |  #1

Uluru with sun low on horizon behind me


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Mar 08, 2018 04:48 |  #2

Great shot Dave!



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Mar 09, 2018 03:09 |  #3

S.R.M. wrote in post #18580188 (external link)
Great shot Dave!


thankyou :-)
it's a pretty stunning place to visit.
It's amazing to watch the changing shadows and colour as the sun sinks closer to the horizon


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Mar 10, 2018 13:47 |  #4

Very, very nice.




  
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Mar 10, 2018 13:50 |  #5

Great scene and light!
I think your d.o.f. was a little low with the f/4 setting @ 67mm.


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Mar 11, 2018 01:04 |  #6

CyberDyneSystems wrote in post #18582038 (external link)
Great scene and light!
I think your d.o.f. was a little low with the f/4 setting @ 67mm.


thanks for that comment :-)

I guess I was thinking that at the distance it was from me ( basically infinity) that the low f stop wasn't going to be an issue

was that a bad idea ?


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Mar 11, 2018 01:05 |  #7

eddieb1 wrote in post #18582032 (external link)
Very, very nice.


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Mar 11, 2018 21:20 |  #8

Davenn wrote in post #18582449 (external link)
thanks for that comment :-)

I guess I was thinking that at the distance it was from me ( basically infinity) that the low f stop wasn't going to be an issue

was that a bad idea ?

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Good point. I may be mistaken, maybe it could be heat haze? but the plant-life in the foreground looks sharper than the rock, so I was thinking depth of field.


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Mar 11, 2018 21:31 |  #9

I think it is a great shot regardless. Have you considered cloning out the signage?


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Mar 11, 2018 22:25 |  #10

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I think it is a great shot regardless. .

Definitely!


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Mar 11, 2018 23:39 |  #11

Amazing shot! Great colors.


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Mar 12, 2018 02:13 |  #12

nqjudo wrote in post #18583199 (external link)
I think it is a great shot regardless. Have you considered cloning out the signage?


ahhh you noticed ;-)a

no one else commented maybe they did notice but now will stand out like a sore toe haha


yes, I had considered it ... probably would be a good idea. They are road signs on the main highway ~ 1/2 way between me and the "rock"

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