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A "time-lapse" in a single photograph!
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Posted By: Mario Cunha, 09-17-2017, 11:15 PM

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This image was produced using 4 different exposures. Some of these different exposures are different moments in time during a sunset, in my opinion this technic makes the image more similar to the memory I brought home from that beautiful end of the day

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mario Cunha Quote
Hello!

This image was produced using 4 different exposures. Some of these different exposures are different moments in time during a sunset, in my opinion this technic makes the image more similar to the memory I brought home from that beautiful end of the day

Check my blog from more details on this image Blog ? Mário cunha photography

Feel free to share your opinion on this both here or on my blog

Mario Cunha Photography - Home | Facebook

Cheers!
Excellent! I was just thinking about doing this on a trip over the weekend, but on the last morning unfortunately. Now I understand how. This is how a painter works en plein air, after all, capturing a scene that is ever changing. Great results, thank you!
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Excellent! I was just thinking about doing this on a trip over the weekend, but on the last morning unfortunately. Now I understand how. This is how a painter works en plein air, after all, capturing a scene that is ever changing. Great results, thank you!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mario Cunha Quote
Hello!

This image was produced using 4 different exposures. Some of these different exposures are different moments in time during a sunset, in my opinion this technic makes the image more similar to the memory I brought home from that beautiful end of the day

Check my blog from more details on this image Blog ? Mário cunha photography

Feel free to share your opinion on this both here or on my blog

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Cheers!
I'm going to have to take tips from you!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Mario Cunha Quote
Hello!

This image was produced using 4 different exposures. Some of these different exposures are different moments in time during a sunset, in my opinion this technic makes the image more similar to the memory I brought home from that beautiful end of the day

Check my blog from more details on this image Blog ? Mário cunha photography

Feel free to share your opinion on this both here or on my blog

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Cheers!
really nice shot! love the depth and colour! good one!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mario Cunha Quote
Hello!

This image was produced using 4 different exposures. Some of these different exposures are different moments in time during a sunset, in my opinion this technic makes the image more similar to the memory I brought home from that beautiful end of the day

Check my blog from more details on this image Blog ? Mário cunha photography

Feel free to share your opinion on this both here or on my blog

Mario Cunha Photography - Home | Facebook

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Lovely colours and contrast with this fine scene.
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Nice! Love the colours.

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Interesting technique, I really like the colours in the sky.
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