Chamang waterfalls, Bentong, part 2. (Part 1 here.) Again, Dynamic Range Optimizer cranked up to Level 5 on the Sony Alpha 700.
17mm F3.5 ISO6400 1.6 seconds with a RM90-equivalent pure infrared-pass filter.
KJ decides that carrying a tripod above his head is the best way to lower the center of gravity. Perhaps, in the world of fisheyes…
“And this is how you estimate exposure…” No, he doesn’t have a built-in lightmeter. Learn the Sunny F16 rule folks!
Like a mushroom.
Somewhere up, above the rocks, was a sight to behold.
Fresh, fresh water!
I am no abseiler.
There is another shot with XJ sitting on this rock, but that was so wrong, too.
KJ the adventurous.
I owe Asyraf this picture.
This is what happens when two photographers meet…
Of course, older screens did badly in sunlight… which is when I realized how good the transreflective screen on the A700 is. You can clearly see the picture (and settings) even in scorching bright sunlight!
Moments like these, you’d wish you had a 10 FPS camera to have twice more frames and a higher likelihood of catching the impact of the frisbee upon his head. Still, you can see the effect of the frisbee. What a classic series of 3 pictures, though!