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cyclorama point 2f.jpg

cyclorama point 2f.jpg

Here's Cyclorama Point again, shot a few minutes after the last image. The light kept changing all
of the time I was there. This time the shaft of sunlight had moved away from the nearby trees and
more directly onto the cliff face with even more dramatic results. The cyclorama effect is now
quite brilliant. Amost unbelievably so. This image was shot in RAW, converted to a TIFF and then to
a JPEG. It was lightlly capture sharpened in ACR and subsequently output sharpened for display on
the web. Aside from the foregoing, it remains basically unedited. No brightening took place as did
no changes to the colour balance or contrast. Someone switched on the floods - it would seem. :o)

Nikon D80 ,Sigma 18-125mm F3.8-5.6 DC OS HSM
1/400s f/5.3 at 70.0mm iso200 full exif

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bill friedlander06-Mar-2012 22:03
The light on the rock face is perfect. Your patience to wait for the right moment really paid off. V
Frank Kavanagh Photography06-Mar-2012 20:57
Oh wow, this is excellent, great catch. Big vote.
Margot W06-Mar-2012 20:56
I agree. This one is even more breathtaking than the other if you can imagine that.
Chris Morton06-Mar-2012 17:13
this one was superbly timed and farmed