Another one from Friday prompted by some very long exposures by Simone Byrne, I took this in near darkness with a three minute exposure, forty six minutes before this one and forty seven minutes before official sunrise. I had to guess the focus and decided on ISO200 to not make the exposure too long but to still keep the noise as low as possible. I used an LED torch to paint a bit of light onto the rocks and the timing of this is really just a trial and error thing.
The smaller rock is the one which has the carving of the old man’s face on it as seen in Old Salt
I did a bit of HDR processing because the original was too flat,
Canon EOS 550D EFs 10-22mm
ISO200 180s f/7.1 f=10mm
Cokin P121L ND Grad
25/06/10 6:12 AM
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