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October 20, 2012 - 15 went

Stone Mountain sunset hike

Split the uprights. Canon 5DMkII, Canon 100-400mm with 1.4xTC, 450mm, f/11, ISO 100, 1/2000sec,-1 EV. I manually focused using LiveView. That made all the difference in the world compared to my shots last year.

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Added by Carl F.
on Oct 21, 2012.


  • Deb H.

    Hi Carl! How did you get so much orange. My pic seems to have a lot of yellow? How did you avoid the sun flare?

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  • Carl F.

    Deb, this is straight out of the camera. I under-exposed (-1) the image so that I would have a clear definition of the sun. I also shoot RAW and AWB. This leaves me plenty of latitude for adjustments. I also had sun flares early on but as the sun started setting, they disappeared. I'm adding some exif data in the image caption. You can take a look at the image and it's exif data directly from my Flickr image,

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  • Christina D.

    That is one awesome picture.

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  • Carl F.

    Thanks Christina. I'll sell you a copy. :)

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