Standing inside the archway between Cathedral Cove and Mares Leg Cove

This shot was taken inside the archway between Cathedral Cove and Mares Leg Cove. As low tide was still about 3 hours 20 minutes away you can see the waves coming into the archway from Cathedral Cove.

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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: ILCE-QX1
Exposure Time (sec): 1/250
F-Number: 7.1
Focal Length (mm): 7.5

Technique:
The shooting was done with a 2.60 meter (appx. 8.5 ft) pole to reach a more elevated viewpoint. The lens was mounted with a custom-made bracket. Stitched from five images taken with a Walimex (Samyang) 7.5mm fish eye lens on a Sony QX1. Four images around and an additional image for the nadir. Due to the high dynamic range of the sensor I only needed one exposure (with extreme boosting of the shadows while converting the raw images). 

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