FAR AWAY TREE

Picture by bilgola

  • Milton NSW, Australia

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  • 01 Nov
  • X-T2
  • 12.0 mm
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes This was shot using a 12mm SAMYANG lens that is manual. That is it has zero electronic connection with the camera. Processing was done in Photomatix Pro and Photoshop.
tree branches Roots

6 Comments

01 Nov 22:10
bilgola

This is a Moreton Bay Fig Tree and is protected by the local council of Milton. It is said to be 180 years old a favourite and is a tourist attraction. branches

Updated 01 Nov 23:08
digicam

Beautiful Nature Indeed. You didn't state how many Exposures or Values of exposures. Like the composition, however the far background is blown out to nearly a Full White. Thanks for posting.

01 Nov 23:10
bilgola

@digicam Thanks for the comments...may sound dumb but I am not clear how /where I list exposure numbers, which was three (the maximum I can do with the Fuji) and I am completely lost on the exposure values?

Updated 02 Nov 01:26
digicam

@bilgola , I checked the specs on your camera and it list that your camera will shoot -5 to +5 at a Max Exposure Value of 1/3. Which isn't very much for only Three Exposures. To get the most from this camera you would need to shoot the MAX, -5 to +5 making for a Total of 11 Exposures. Look to see if you have any programs that show Metadata. This is where you will find out your exposure Values. Your camera should also list your Exposure values. On your Upload page you will see to the Right Side beneath where you uploaded your image (HDR SETTINGS) First Box is (FILE FORMAT) for RAW or JPEG, Second Box down is (SHOT NUMBER), either SINGLE or MULTIPLE. Third Box down is (EXPOSURE). Here you can list for example today's.....3@1/3 EV. If you shoot Max then it would be 11@1/3 EV. Why 11 you ask? You have 5- Exposures, 5+Exposures and an 0 Value exposure in the Center. You say all you can shoot is 3. The specs say your camera can bracket up to 5 on each side. Check your manual to see how to set it up. Hopes this help you get to where you want to go.........Good Luck.

02 Nov 03:21
dmitry
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Michael, it's a very nice shot. I like the brunches. However, there are some chromatic aberrations on the top left corner.

02 Nov 05:21
fredzhang
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awesome

Agree with Dmitry.

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