achtung! horizontal scroller here....

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  1. vonnagy

    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    some shots from this morning, my first Mt. Wellington sunrise. Getting up at 5:30 am sucks, taking pics at Mt. Wellington at sunrise rulez!

    view of rangitoto here:
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    The quarry. Drove by here many a time, but never to the top. All I can say is this place is wicked. They are clearing up the old quarry to make residential areas area here. I cropped the this widescreen style, just thought it look better. Sorry for the horizontal scroll!
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    cool stuff man....i love the way new zealand looks....so lush and green.......i wish i lived there :cry:
     
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    Very surreal!!! I believe only Mark Nagy could take these photos!!! In other words the colors (or should I say colours) are amazing and the composition is enticing to say the least. Please post all details of exposure etc.
     
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    vonnagy have kiwi, will travel...

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    thanks for the your comments!

    unfortunately, i can only guess at the exposures,
    the top was probably f 5/6, 1/90
    tripod

    The bottome was probably f/22, "7
    tripod

    yes, the images were pshop'ed, but not as much as you might guess. both images I copyed the grass area and added a screen mask to make it stand out more.

    I bumped of the saturation on both.

    The sunrise was quite sureal that particulary morning. The sun radiated red light on the grass and quarry. The orginal images looked a bit flat, i only pshop'd to extract what was already there.

    This morning it was crap, I didn't have any good pictures. i could have tried the same pshop techniques but they would not have got me because the 'red lighting' was missing today.
     
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    These are great, von. The first one has such a great saturation of color tones on the grass. Your second one has a really nice composition.
     
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    Karalee hOtLiPs!

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    :roll: It is so beautiful.... why did i leave again :?: lol
     

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