Colorado sunset

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© Brian Brace
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UploadedNovember 28, 2012
TakenOctober 21, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D300S
Exposure2/5 sec at f/22
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length10.5 mm
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  • peter bodigor

    peter bodigor gave props (28 Nov 2012):


  • Courtney Carter

    Courtney Carter said (28 Nov 2012):

    How was this done!? It's pretty incredible

  • Brian Brace

    Brian Brace said (28 Nov 2012):

    Thank you Courtney! This is shot with my 10.5mm fisheye len's, gives you just about a full 180degree viewing angle. When you aim your focus point a lot higher than your point of interest you'll notice the main subject you're after is now getting bent into shape by the fisheye. Also had the camera about 10 degrees counter clockwise from level, you can see the right side of the picture is getting bent a little more than the left to draw in more detail. I guess the Colorado sunsets have a lot to do with it as well ;)

  • JamesHarmon McQuilkin

    JamesHarmon McQuilkin   gave props (28 Nov 2012):

    as the world turns

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