Nice one Nelson. Cheers William
Nice indirect light.
Certain to be a future photo of the week.
This photo looks like impressive painting. The design color, mood are excellent.
I'd like to know some informations of used camera, lens, film, scan, etc...
Thanks for fantastic picture.
Thanks very much for your comments. This was one of the most amazing mountain vistas I have ever seen.
The camera was just an old Canon Rebel XS, and I think at that time I was using their basic consumer 28-80 mm zoom lens. It was set at 28mm wide angle. The film was probably Fuji Provia 100, and I scanned it with a cheap HP Photosmart film scanner, then did a little post processing in Paint Shop Pro to get rid of the scanner's blue colorcast and to increase the contrast a bit.
I didn't carry my tripod up to this camp, so I found a good flat rock to set the camera on, and used some small rocks to balance it and aim it at the exact right direction and angle. I had a shutter release so the camera wouldn't move, then I just bundled up in my down parka and sat there as the sun set.
Thank you very much for your detailed advices. I enjoyed other excellent photos
]and thought those had been made from your love and passion for mountains.
I am still in an early stage of climbing, so I'd like to read your valuable mountaineering stories.