Silent Revelation

Silent Revelation

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“If you will stay close to nature, to its simplicity, to the small things hardly noticeable, those things can unexpectedly become great and immeasurable.”

Rainer Maria Rilke

Golden hour morning sunlight, in early autumn, bathes the hills above Merrivale and Walkhampton Common below.

Leedon Tor, Ingra Tor. King’s Tor, Pew Tor, Heckwood Tor and Vixen Tor can be seen in the near distance.

Cox Tor, Staple Tor, Great Mis Tor and Little Mis Tor lie in the far distance.

Location: lower slopes of Sharpitor, Dartmoor National Park, Devon.
Ordnance Survey Grid Reference = SX 556 708

Pentax K-x
Pentax18-55mm SMC/ DAL lens
Hoya circular polarizer
(hand-held)
ISO-200

Pseudo-HDR panorama from 5 manual exposures at f/8 (1/30 second).

Psuedo-HDR sections created from ‘split-RAW’ processing each exposure to produce -2, 0, +2ev equivalents, then processed in Photomatix Pro 3.

Panorama created from the 5 pseudo-HDR frames using Microsoft Research’s Image Composite Editor (I.C.E.)

Panorama was finished using Lightroom and Photoshop
18/09/2012 - 13:54morpheus71
CategoryLandscape / Travel
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morpheus71

Link Posted 18/09/2012 - 13:55
Best viewed large - shame I can't put it up even larger. Cheers for looking
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GIULIO57

Link Posted 18/09/2012 - 16:15
Tender and soft as usual.
PPG

morpheus71

Link Posted 18/09/2012 - 18:35
Thanks very much Giulio It was light that made me smile all day just thinking about it
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morpheus71

Link Posted 18/09/2012 - 20:55
A large if not somewhat 'fish-eye lens' distortion style virtual tour version of my latest panorama..... it gives a bit more sense of scale, though as a print it would be even bigger (e.g. 28" inches x 9" at 300dpi... it could be made a bit bigger still 3ft by 1ft at 240 dpi!)

Have a look in full screen mode and just use the mouse to 'fly around and up and down'... might want to zoom out a bit too, makes for a less giddy trip!
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