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February 11th, 2014

Behind The Shot: “Flowerbow” by Olar Barndõk – Monti Sibillini National Park, Italy

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Meadow with flowers in the valley between the hills was covered with thick layer of fog. There was cold night with minus temperature. After sunrise fog started to disappear and I saw that huge fogbow started to be visible for 10 minutes. Picture is taken in Italy, Sibillini Mountains National Park. 2 stitched images are used because 24 mm lens was too narrow. Canon EOS 5D Mark II + Canon TS-E 24 mm 3,5L II, tripod, ISO 100, f11, 1/200s
I spent my holiday in Italy where I also visited Monti Sibillini National Park. I read from the web that June is a good time to visit as there are lots of flowers, nights are cold and days are warm. This means that mountain valleys are covered with fog and at sunrise you can get …
November 26th, 2013

Behind The Shot: ‘Sheep herding, Iceland’ by Layne Kennedy – Eastern Iceland

Posted By David Alexander Willis
Tilt shift effect applied in Photoshop CS6 to a sheep herding shot captured in Eastern Iceland by Layne Kennedy rural countryside
Iceland can be one of the most intoxicating places on the planet for visual artists. And, it can also be one of the most challenging. I’ve shot numerous assignments in Iceland and was at that point where putting a book together was bouncing around inside my head. I had returned to Iceland in the Fall …