I was fortunate to attend one of photographer Øyvind Martinsen's (www.m-art.no
) photographic workshops at Dovre this autumn.An excellent 4 days spent in one of Norway's national parks at Dovrefjell with opportunities to shoot splendid sunrises and sunsets as well as Musk oxen, raindeer, moose, fall colours and the amazing scenery of the park and it's surroundings.On the second morning of the workshop we started at lake Vålåsjøen to shoot the sunrise. The marsh surrounding the lake was all covered in frost from the night (-7C)so everything was crispy and frost rimmed. A slight haze also lay over the marsh giving nice smooth light from the first rays of the sun. The skies didn't turn out as spectacular as we'd hoped, but you can get it all...Canon EOS 7D, Tokina 12-24 f/4@ 2.5sec, f/16, 12mm, ISO 100. Cokin ND Grad, off camera flas (Canon EX 430) for fill light in foreground.