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Old 02-23-2012, 11:30 AM
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Old 02-24-2012, 11:17 AM
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Agreed Matt...The sun is coming from three different angles...still pretty cool to look at...
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As far as being a Photoshop, maybe. I do see the light at her back and to the right on the towers.

Although I've been able to get a similar effect twice on the White Rim using neutral density filters, timing and a bit of luck. These are film scans and I did work on the first one at the light/dark boundary along the rim cliffs right along the sky to get some detail. The second is a straight scan and you can see the cliffs lost detail. The ND filter is a straight line and the world is not straight, so you have to compromise. The way to do it is take a few shots and make a composite, but that's a pro with a digital camera or unlimited film budget.

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Your pics are nice! The sun just doesn't lie...Looking at the pic of the sunset, the sun would be at 12oclock, the first rock the sun shines at 6, second rock sun shines at 3 (as well as the horse and rider, the third rock gives about a 4:30 shadow. I still like the picture, but the sun isn't consistant.
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Your pics are nice! The sun just doesn't lie...Looking at the pic of the sunset, the sun would be at 12oclock, the first rock the sun shines at 6, second rock sun shines at 3 (as well as the horse and rider, the third rock gives about a 4:30 shadow. I still like the picture, but the sun isn't consistant.
I do agree, the one Wes posted is 3 photos combined. Not a singular place or time.
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