‘THE TEMPEST’ – NARLIKUYU, MERSIN, TURKEY

What you see above is a shot that was a pain in the neck to edit, mostly due to the final image being a blend of 14 different exposures. In a few of these exposures the camera shifted a little bit due to the wind, and auto-aligning the layers in Photoshop didn’t work as planned. So it took me good two hours to align the layers, and then another hour to pick up different spots on each of the exposures I wanted to have in the final image. The final photo is a work I can say I’m proud of.

The photo was taken with Sony A7 III + Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS on a Benro TMA48CXL Mach3 tripod.

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