After having hiked from the floor of the plains up to the highest peak, we stopped part way down for this photo.
1/1000 sec at f/8.0 ISO 125 with "Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM" at 20 mm focal length on a Nikon D7000 - Visit my profile page at www.flickr.com/people/christensen_carl/
Thursday, December 1, 2011
During our stay at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, we drove up close to Jackson Lake. The river exits Jackson lake and makes a oxbow bend. This is an HDR Panorama of 3 sets of images shot with a 10 mm lens at +2,0,-2
Base HDR exposure 1/250 sec at f/10 ISO 100 with "Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM" at 10 mm focal length on a NIKON D7000 - Visit my profile page at www.flickr.com/people/christensen_carl/
Get Away From it All - Leinster Bay - St. John - US Virgin Islands - USVI, originally uploaded by Carl's Photography.
What a beautiful location it was to go hiking. No one else was in sight, the balmy moist ocean air had the tropical scent to it. As this panorama shows, it was paradise. I made this panorama when Doug, Terri, Becky and I went hiking. This was our 15 year anniversary trip together. When do we get to go back?
1/250 sec at f/10 ISO 320 with "Sigma 10-20mm f/4-5.6 EX DC HSM" at 10 mm focal length on a Nikon D7000 - Visit my profile page at www.flickr.com/people/christensen_carl/ - Prints at carlchristensen.zenfolio.com/stjohnusvi
This is the south entrance road for Yellowstone National Park. As we drove south, exiting the park, we came to this iconic view. Miles of road, stretching through the pines, with the begining of the Grand Teton Mountain range in the distance. It was late afternoon and was very challenging lighting conditions. I captured the view with a series of 3 images combined by HDR technique.
Imagine the setting: I keep dashing out into the road, trying to level my tripod and camera and get the exposure correct. Whoops, not fast enough, cars coming behind me, pick up and dash out. After about 15 minutes, I had enough time to make this photo.
Base HDR exposure 1/250 sec at f/10 ISO 200 with "18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G VR" at 120 mm focal length on a NIKON D7000 - Visit my profile page at www.flickr.com/people/christensen_carl/
We descended out of the mountains and on the way down, I stopped at this waterfall with a rushing stream leading away.
Base HDR exposure 1/4 sec at f/25 ISO 100 with "18-200mm f/3.5-5.6G VR" at 22 mm focal length on a NIKON D7000 - Visit my profile page at www.flickr.com/people/christensen_carl/