Expansive Thin Band Of Fire At Dawn Barton Act Australia 20180206 06 12

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Thin band of fire at dawn - Barton - ACT - Australia - 20180206 @06:12

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posted by alias MomentsForZen on Wednesday 7th of February 2018 08:25:12 PM

It seemed that all of the color of the Sunrise had been concentrated into a narrow band immediately above the horizon. It wasn’t the expansive Sunrise that I had been expecting, but it was impressive just the same. ——— [ Location - Barton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia ] Photography notes ... The photograph was taken using the following hardware configuration ... - Hasselblad 501CM Body (Chrome) - S/N 10SH26953 (2002). - Hasselblad CFV-50c Digital Back for Hasselblad V mount camera. - Hasselblad Focusing Screen for the CFV-50c digital back, with focussing prism and crop markings. - Hasselblad 45 Degree Viewfinder PME-45 42297 (2001). - Hasselblad Carl Zeiss lens - Planar T* 80mm f2.8 CFE lens (2000). - FotodioX B60 Lens Hood for Select Hasselblad Standard Length CF Lenses . (Year of manufacture indicated in braces where known.) - Really Right Stuff (RRS) TFC-14 Series 1 Carbon Fiber Tripod - MFR # 13996. - Really Right Stuff (RRS) BH-30 Ball Head with Mini Screw-Knob Clamp - MFR # BH-30 PRO. - Hasselblad HATQCH (3043326) Tripod Quick Coupling. - Arca-Swiss ARUCP38 Universal Camera Plate 3/8”. - Nikon AR-3 Shutter Release Cable. - Artisan & Artist ACAM-302 Silk Cord for Hassleblad Cameras (Black). I acquired the photograph (8272 x 6200 pixels) with an ISO of 100. I did not record the exposure time nor the aperture. Post-processing ... Finder - Removed the CF card from the camera digital back and placed it in a Lexar 25-in-1 USB card reader. Then used Finder on my MacBook Air to download the raw image file (3FR extension) from the card. Lightroom - Imported the 3FR image. Applied a standard metadata preset (20161110 Import 001) during the import process. Lightroom - Used the Map module to add the location details to the EXIF header. Lightroom - Used the Spot Removal tool (Clone mode) to attenuate a number of sensor dust spots. Lightroom - Made various lighting and color adjustments to the image. Lightroom - Saved the Develop module settings as a preset. Lightroom - Output the image as a JPEG image using the “Maximum” quality option (8272 x 6200 pixels). PhotoSync - Copied the JPEG file to my iPad Mini for any final processing, review, enjoyment, and posting to social media. @MomentsForZen #MomentsForZen #MFZ #Hasselblad #501CM #CFV50c #Lightroom #PhotoSync #BlueHour #Sunrise #Blue #Red #Orange #Fire #Purple #Clouds #Sky #Lake #Reflections #LakeBurleyGriffin

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