I have so many images I’m working on from the South Georgia – Antarctica trip. This is a Pano shot converted into BW. I shot 10 separate exposures and stitched these together in Photoshop and then converted to Black and white in Silver EFX Pro. I was hiking around this portion of the landing we were on and then came over a ridge only to see this inlet and glacier and a plain below leading up to it. Just magnificent. I took a seat on a big rock and just looked at this scene before deciding it worked best as s stitched image. I’ll be making a large print of this soon. Shot with a Fuji XT-2 and 18-55mm lens.
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South Georgia Island is like a magical land in the middle of an ocean that is very hard to get to. No matter what bay you visit or what land you set foot on you are blessed with incredibly beautiful scenes that make great images for the photographic artists. This image was made at Gold Harbor which is just teaming with wildlife and amazing landscapes. This was done at sunrise before breakfast. The day just got better from that point on.
Fuji XT-2 and 18-55mm lens.
On our trip to South Georgia and Antarctica, it was the early bird that saw spectacular sunrises. Being the leader of this trip it wasn’t unusual for me to wake the ship up early to see and photograph a sunrise like this. Shot with a Fuji Xt-2 and the 16-55mm. This was pure South Georgia, color and clouds.
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