The First Sunset - That evening offered two sunsets. When I believed the show was over the second began. Blend of two exposures, that is, my underexposed exposure is masked in where the sun dipped behind the hill and the reflection this light caused. I knew those parts would be clipped in my LE.
Vøringsfossen - Vøringsfossen is located at the top of Mårbødalen on the western slopes of Hardangervidda National Park. A blend of two exposures. After having shot the base exposure I lifted up the camera to get more of the sky and the top of the right side. What I needed from the second exposure is clone stamped into the base exposure.
First Light - The first light Tyrifjorden, Norway, a cloudless morning. Sunstar is f22 plus an exposure to mask a spot of flare in the foreground - only a spot - otherwise, flare free. The exposures I worked with were more than two stops underexposed, but that didn't turn out to be a problem with the Pentax.
A Max - Tvindefossen, just outside Voss. For some reason unknown to me I opted for a Max Rive in the harsh sunlight. Due to the spray from the raging waterfall I deduced that using a zoom lens would be a great idea, and since I do not own one of those practical interval timers I had my wife to push the camera release button (and wipe off spray which found its way to the filter despite the distance the zoom lens offered). Whenever the area in front of the waterfall was empty of tourists I…