Tuesday, June 30, 2009

"I Can See For Miles"

"I Can See For Miles"
©David A. Ziser

I made this image while in Yosemite this past May. We had the weekend off and headed to Yosemite on Saturday. The time of the year was perfect for a visit to one of our country's favorite national parks. The snow had started it's spring melt and the waterfalls were flowing at full force. The park was alive with all it's best features. On the way out, we discovered that the road to Glacier Point had just recently opened. Glacier Point offers some of the most spectacular vistas of Yosemite. That was going to be our last stop for the day - we weren't disappointed. This image was made from the perfect spot to capture all the majesty of Yosemite. It is a panorama composed of 16 shots offering a nearly 180 degree view of the Yosemite valley. Check out today's Technique Tuesday for how it was done. Camera specs: Canon 5D Mark II fitted with 24-105mm lens at 28mm, F11 @ 1/320 second, ISO 250. Enjoy! -David

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