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November 30th, 2009
This High Dynamic Range (HDR) photo was taken in the early morning hours at Calgary International Airport (YYC). Our flight was going to Toronto. While waiting for the crew to get ready, the sky was giving us a nice show, which reflected in the aircraft's body.
Canon 40D with 17-85mm lens. HDR in Photomatix, minor level and saturation applied in Adobe Photoshop.
March 3rd, 2010
This shot was taken near Trogir in Croatia, not far from Split. This hidden shore was a little paradise, with a good restaurant beside it. An hour later the sky was spoiled with a thunder storm.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with EF24-105 f4L IS USM, cropped and adjusted in Adobe Lightroom, sharpened in Adobe Photoshop.
December 11th, 2009
Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA. This land like the title says belongs to the Navajo nation. With the help of a Navajo guide, you can visit the lower and upper canyon (famous for it light beam, which can be seen on IFL). This was taken in the lower canyon in the morning. This shot is made of 3 exposures.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II - EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM. Developed in Lightroom, tone-mapped in Photomatix, adjustments in Photoshop.
December 9th, 2009
Driving on Highway 285 South from Santa Fe to Roswell, New Mexico, I had to stop as the sky was putting up a show for me. The yellow desert grass was lit up by the evening sun, and created a perfect rainbow under that rain storm on the horizon. It was a spectacular evening that day.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with 17-40L. Developed in Lightroom, adjustments in Photoshop.
January 11th, 2010
This road is one of the most spectacular roads you can drive on in the States. It takes you in and out of Zion National Park. This was on our (my brother and I) way out of the park, in the mid-afternoon, during the 2009 Fall season.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with EF 17-40L USM. Circular polarizer filter. Developed in Lightroom, adjustments in Photoshop.
December 5th, 2009
This is Bryce Canyon, Utah. The Sun was setting in front of us and created a highlight behind the hoodoos. Apart from the light, the sand sediments have created a wonderful range of orange and red tones. I hope this fragile environment will stay this way for many more years!
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 24-105L with polarizer. Development in Adobe Lightroom, adjustments in Adobe Photoshop.
May 6th, 2010
Driving back from a great sky trip in Fernie, British Columbia, the sky opened up to let its blue color through. I just had to stop and lay down on my belly to quickly snap this shot as a car down the highway 22 was approaching. It was peaceful moment.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 24-105L at 24mm. Developed in Adobe Lightroom. Resizing and sharpening in Adobe Photoshop CS4.
49°45'36.91"N 114° 9'31.46"W
January 3rd, 2010
The Very Large Array is a space observatory that converts electric signals from space into images, but doesn't really "listen" to space like the movie Contact makes us believe. It is an impressive site to visit! I thought a duotone was appropriate here as the sky was overcast with a haze.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with Canon EF 17-40mm f/4.0 L USM lens. Developed in Lightroom, adjustments in Photoshop.
December 13th, 2009
Located in South Utah, this geologic wonder is only accessible through a dirt road called Cottonwood Rd. I was alone when I took this photo, no other tourists around and it was very peaceful, with the sound of the wind and birds only.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with 24-105L. Developed in Lightroom. Adjustments in Photoshop.