Sometimes the photo you get isn’t the one you take but the one you make. “This was not exactly the composition I wanted, but I just didn’t wanted any people in the shot”, Miroslav Petrasko says about today’s selection. “And for the few minutes during the sunset, when there were no people near the lighthouse, I just took the best shot I could. But still I had to remove one ship from the photo, I just didn’t like it there. Still, the sunset was nice, and the whole trip to this spot was a success. 🙂 ”
Funny thing: I see the composition as being dynamic, extremely appealing. “This is a HDR from 5 exposures, created in Oloneo Photoengine, finished in Photoshop”, he says. “I used a 10-stop ND filter while taking this photo”. Miroslav shot self-titled “Sun at the Lighthouse” on June 12, 2015, in Vienna, Austria, using Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Canon 16-35mm F2.8 lens. Vitals: f/16, ISO 100, 5 seconds (for middle exposure), 16mm. Not surprisingly, he used a tripod.
Game designer and burgeoning photographer Miroslav lives in Bratislava, Slovakia. In February 2009 he joined Flickr, which isn’t the best showcase of his HDR art. For the stories behind the photos, look to his website. For fabulous portfolio, go to his SmugMug. You can also find him on Ello, Facebook, Google+, Instagram, and Twitter.
Photo Credit: Miroslav Petrasko