Ranten Peak (1419m./4655ft.), illuminated by the last light on a very windy evening. Norway, March 2012.
This is a fresh photograph, and amongst my favorites, from one of my recent mountain trips!
Read more, and see it larger, in this recent blog post: Latest Fine Art Print: Revelation
Technical notes: Canon 5D Mark II, with Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5 L II tilt-shift lens, 3 exposures by using shift; up 10mm (upper third part of photograph), no shift (center part) and down 10mm (lower part), processed equally in the raw-converter, converted to 16-bit tiff-files and stitched together to create this 4x5 format with (relatively) very high resolution.
Oh, almost forgot! Are you a tilt-shift lens user? And, do you own the Canon TS-E 24mm f/3.5 L II (or any other tilt-shift lens that is capable of 12mm shift)? Then you need to read one of my latest blog posts:
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