Mont Saint Michel early morning 2012-08-16 075524
As some of you may know, I fought with my allergy to early wake up, and that day (a day I will remember for ages) I woke up at 4:50 to see the first tide rise up in Mont Saint Michel. When I got there (on foot) it was really dark (and cold too!!), and I set up my camera for a time lapse of the tide (time lapse you will see when I will end to process my France shots, i.e. probably in 2014!). After that, I enjoyed taking a couple of shots without people.
I tilted the camera to emphasize leading lines...I know that not everybody will like it ;)
Believe it or not, this was taken the 16th of August!!
Also this shot have been processed with Machinery HDR software.
LOCATION AND DATE - DATA e LUOGO DI SCATTO
Mont Saint Michel (France), 16th August 2012
LENS - OBIETTIVO
Grandangolo, wideangle Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC (8 mm)
SHOT DATA - DATI DI SCATTO
ISO 200; f/11
HDR from 3 exposures (-2; 0; +2), handheld
Other EXIF on flickr / Altri EXIF su flickr
WORKFLOW - FLUSSO DI LAVORO
° Rename: XnView
° HDR Processing: Machinery HDR
° Noise reduction / Riduzione rumore: Noiseware
° Cropping: GIMP
° Curve correction / Correzione curve: GIMP
° Resizing, watermark: Fastone viewer