June 17, 2010

Shot of the Day #48

The climb to the top of Uluru is well worth the effort – the panoramic view is amazing and the thought that your in the middle of Australia! This photograph is a panorama stitch of fifteen photos, and as you can see a polariser has made the colours very rich, however the dark spots in the sky are a result of the maximum polarisation being 90º Degrees to the sun.

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia!

On top of the largest Rock on the Planet - Uluru, Australia! (Click to view larger)

Details:

  • ISO 100
  • F 9
  • 1/80 secs
  • 18 mm
  • Sony a350
  • 18-70mm (wide-angle) Lens
  • Hand-Held (15 Photographs)

Here is a planet version!

Uluru Planet Sterographic Projection

Uluru Planet Sterographic Projection (Click to view larger)

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Written by Mike

Michael Scott is the publisher and photographer behind Scott Photographics! He is very passionate about his photography and enjoys sharing the best of his experiences for others to enjoy too! Contact Mike via email!

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