An image showing the lines of a Flysch formation, sliding from the cliff towards the sea, where it was originated. The lateral light creates depth and accentuates the reliefs of this peculiar formation. Taking the shot with the tide going down helps to get intense tones with the rocks still wet.
Panoramic photo of 2 images, with 24-70mm lens at 24 mm, F:16, 31 ISO, 4s, polarizing filter
A photo portraying the flysch at a very late hour, yet its realization was possible thanks to the clouds that kept their colour though being almost at night and the lighting of the foreground by the light of the full moon.
Made with digital camera, lens 24 – 70 mm f: 2.8 at F:10, 400 ISO and 110 seconds.
An image that reflects the River during a flood, in contrast to floods in the rainy season, during the first hours the water kept its usual reddish colours, which allowed me to get an image dreamed of for some time, portraying the river with all his bravery, strength and greatness.
Panoramic photo with digital camera, lens 24 – 70 mm f:2.8 at F:16, 100 ISO, 1/4 second, polarizing filter.