I’ve just returned from CapturEarth’s five-day Blyde River Canyon workshop… which I co-hosted with Des Jacobs.
Whilst it is hard to review canyons planet-extensive, the twenty five kilometer lengthy Blyde River Canyon is usually approved to be the 3rd premier canyon on Earth. It may well not be the premier canyon, but it is the premier “green canyon” thanks to its lush subtropical foliage. It has some of the deepest precipitous cliffs of any canyon on the earth. The best level of the canyon is a peak identified as Mariepshop (one,944 meters), and the least expensive level where by the river leaves the canyon is a little significantly less than 561 meters over sea stage. This means that the canyon is one,383 meters deep!!
This impression of Des Jacobs capturing his composition was captured shortly soon after dawn on Friday early morning. It’s an 18-impression panorama… captured with my 50mm lens in portrait structure. The entire-sized impression is 29120 x 13028 pixels in size (that is a whopping 380 megapixels)!!
Nikon D800, Nikkor 50mm f1.4, ISO a hundred, aperture of f/11, and a one/10th 2nd exposure.
This impression is the mental property of Paul Bruins. It may well not be employed in any way with no my created consent.
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