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If you want to see how I made this (and how you can too!), visit my HDR Tutorial. I hope it gives you some new tricks!
I think about all the sunsets I miss. I always seem to be out and about somewhere, noticing a great sunset whilst noticing that I am not even close to my camera and tripod. It’s just unacceptable!
This day and evening I was in Yellowstone alone. I had just seen a grizzly bear and a black bear about 30 minutes before this shot, both of which are pretty rare to see. They went on their way and I was left in the middle of this area with just a few elk meandering a few hundred feet from me. I tried to not get overly "sucked into" the sunset, trying to remember those bears that were lurking about. The ground was pretty marshy here, so I was not in optimal conditions for running from a bear.
from my daily photo blog at www.stuckincustoms.com
Oia, Santorini (Greece).
Explore #6 (August 2, 2009). Thank you for all your comments and faves!
An all-Texas episode of Stuck In Customs today!
We have our big PhotoWalk on Thursday evening here in Austin. It starts at 7:30 PM. Be at the Driskill on 6th and Brazos. We’ll meet inside the Driskill in the Victorian Room. All are welcome, whether you are a beginner, amateur, or pro. It’s simply a very laid back event where we will walk to a location, meandering this way and that as a group, taking photos, sharing techniques, and the like. Afterward, we share the photos online, exchange comments, contacts, etc etc.
Also, if you tune into ABC news in Austin on Thursday for their midday news broadcast, you might just see me! I have a short interview on there. I’ll also endeavor to get a YouTube of it to share afterward in case you miss it (like I will).
As for this photo below, it was shot about two hours outside of Austin in a little town called Brady. You’d like it. They have a Sonic there. This was a 5-exposure HDR shot at f/16. This kept everything in focus and kept the shutter open long enough to let the clouds drag across the sensor. In these conditions, you don’t have a lot of time to fool around because the sun is bookin’ it towards the horizon. If you are new to the site, then you might enjoy reading more about how photos like this are made in the HDR Tutorial.
Seaside Travellers Inn (Kinarut) view from the beach. View of the South China sea and the islands off the coast of Sabah (Borneo).
The proprietors are the parents of my friend Cynthia , executive director of LEAP, an NGO doing conservation work (see www.leapspiral.org)… and THANKS for all of the nice comments and favoriting.
Never believe that a few caring people can’t change the world. For, indeed, that’s all who ever have.
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Explore highest Position: #90 on Dec 6, 2007
A perfect sunset on the one and only (Straight from the camera – no Photoshop)
Perfeito pôr do sol no famoso e único, Taj Mahal
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Photos are not allowed inside the monument so this link to a virtual tour is worth it.
-Added to theCream of the Crop pool as most favorited.
To browse through my photos of India using flickriver/ Para ver minhas fotos da India com o flickriver
Or here to see photos with descriptions / ou aqui para ler as descrições das fotos
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Basilica del Pilar @ River "Ebro", Zaragoza. ( Spain, 2008 )
Many thanks to all and to the new group Digital World for award this photo.
AUGUST 7th, 2008 "PHOTO OF THE DAY" IS PAULO BRANDAO