Monday, March 21, 2011

Photo of the Week Winner – The Veins of Madrid

The Veins Of Madrid: M-607 Highway :: HDR :: DRI

This shot was taken by Servalpe on highway M-607 near Hospital Ramón y Cajal, in Madrid, Spain. It was a 20mm shot for 16 second exposure at f/16 and ISO 100 using a Canon Rebel XSi (450d).

I love the colors and exposure of this shot plus the non-conventional box crop of this shot. It’s hard to find anything I’d change about it, so I say congrats and bravo!

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3 comments:

Richard said...

Love the shot especially the streaks!

Thanks for Sharing!

Sergio Valverde Pérez said...

Thank so much Ron for featuring my picture. This is an honor. I want only to say about the technical data, that the image is done with 3 exposures: -2EV,0 and +2EV and the data provided by Ron correspond to the middle exposure. The post-processing has done using a mix of HDR and DRI, manual digital blending techniques.

William Doran said...

Masterfully done!