Saturday, November 17, 2012
Canon 5DII with Canon 24mm TSE lens; f14at 1/60 sec. This is a compostion of two photos; the bottom and the top. This technique effectively doubles the resolution of the camera sensor; the 5DII is a 21 megapixel full frame camera so with merging the files the file size is 42 megapixels (or thereabouts). I did this so the file could be printed at very large size with no loss of sharpness. Lastly, I used the tilt function of the lens to hold the sharpness in the foreground and the distant elements. Oh...one more thing; there was a Singh Ray 3 stop soft edge neutral density filter over the sky to hold the details and darken it a bit. RAW files edited in Adobe Lightroom; merging and final edit made with Adobe Photoshop CS5.