Behind the scenes – Virgin Gorda

Behind the Scenes

Here is a new video that I just made down here in the Caribbean for you. It shows how I set up to take the photo below, along with a few others!

To see my camera equipment, lenses, and stuff, jump over to the Camera Reviews page.

Daily Photo – The Abandoned Engine Room of the Coppermine

This coppermine on the edge of Virgin Gorda was a great find thanks to Stuck On Earth! I knew about many of the main places around the island to take photos, but I may have missed this place if I wan’t using the app. Be sure to go download it – and yes – we have plans to make it for other systems as well.

The Abandoned Engine Room of the Coppermine This copper mine on the edge of Virgin Gorda was a great find thanks to Stuck On Earth! I knew about many of the main places around the island to take photos, but I may have missed this place if I wan’t using the app. Be sure to go download it – and yes – we have plans to make it for other systems as well.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_PRUZYIT5ASYXVXKFIVWVXFTL4U Susan

    such a beautiful place – thanks for sharing your latest adventure! Super good video too – I love all the shots!

  • Casper van Zyl

    This sounds like great start to the day and I just love getting up and going out early.Love the video, you are truly producing wonderful work with that D800 .Must be enjoying your new home,thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alexandre.matos.923 Alexandre Matos

    This image rocks beyond and above most of the many landscapes that I have been seeing on the internet.Absolutely delicious.Take care Trey and keep up the awsome imagery hunt.We love it.

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thank you :)

  • http://twitter.com/starrvi Rick Starr

    Thanks for a great look at Virgin Gorda.  You’ve had a real mix of weather; if you were looking south when the atmosphere cleared, I was waving from St. Croix.  Enjoy the rest of your stay!

  • Selene Merizariht Aguirre Guzm

    I love your tips and comments have talent … thanks for sharing

  • John Burns

    Super video, Trey, thanks for posting.  One quick question if I may, if you do manage to see this and have time to respond.  When shooting your brackets, why do you only select what seems to be a particularly slow frame rate?  I am sure the cam you use is capable of faster frame rate, but you choose something that I guess is almost 2 per second or thereabouts.  If you’re taking a series of 7 brackets, the clouds/grass etc would move significantly during the 2-3 seconds it took to take those brackets.  Why not use a faster frame rate? 

  • Kyle VanEtten

    I am jealous of this sunrise haha,   I keep striking out with mine… its rough when the forecast is totally wrong  but you hiked up a mountain at 1 a.m. in the dark only for there to be no clouds in the sky as the sun comes up. I guess that’s why sunrise shots are an adventure.  Anyway great video, beautiful shot as always Trey 

  • http://www.facebook.com/coolHDRphotos Tim Shields

    Awesome photo.

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