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2009-11-11 15:06:42
It happens so rarely because the amount of snowfall, melting point of the snow, wind, cloud cover effect the shot. As for it happening twice a year, Have you ever been to Yosemite?
2008-08-28 09:33:17
If the lighting effect on the waterfall is natural and due to the relationship of the waterfall to the setting sun, it would happen once (at either the summer or the winter solstice) or twice every year (as the sun travels between the extremes of it's summer and winter range in the sky), but it would not happen "once every ten years."
2008-08-28 02:07:40
This is as it was shot, it is not and HDR. It is a phenonomon(sp?) that happens every 10 years or so in Yosemite due to the angle of the setting sun.
2008-04-11 06:28:55
Waldo, it makes sense!
2008-04-11 01:43:03
In my opinion the photographer applied the same technique as the one use in HDR (High dinamic range)which is: the same image with different exposure values, leyered and brushed in photoshp. Indeed is confusing because most of the times HDR images are made with exposure values within friction of a second. In this case looks like the photographer photoshoped images that were taken long apart from each other. Probably dawn for the landscape and early morning for the highlights. anyways just guessing.≠
2008-04-11 01:18:17
spam
2008-04-11 01:00:25
I'm confused - where is the light source coming from?