Camera data (Exif):
Canon EOS 6D
Exp 1/250 sec
The Te Cime (or Drei Zinnen) as the name implies are comprised of three monolithic towers and are one of the best known mountain groups in the alps. The centre tower, Cima Grande, is one of the six great north faces of the alps and carries much prestige. This particular day was incredibly windy and the clouds were streaming off the top providing a very atmospheric shot.
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amazing shot :]
How are you liking that 6D? I am planning to get a FF camera in about 6 months (once I've saved up enough money) and I wonder if I should go with a dslr, or with something like the new Sony A7.
Thanks very much. Personally I love the 6D but as DimensionSeven suggests it really depends on what you are planning to do with it. Certainly for night and low light photography it's excellent. But a crop frame is arguably better for wildlife (generally higher burst rate and easier to get closer). For me writing guidebooks I find the wifi and GPS invaluable. The remote trigger app coupled with the wifi means I can set the camera up on a tripod and feasibly photo whilst belaying a climber at the same time.
Some excellent reviews of the 6D (and other cameras) at dpreview. Certainly don't discount Nikon and Sony.
Hope that helps