Originally uploaded by imageo.
Getting the exposure right from a digital camera when you are aiming at a rising sun is a tricky business. So in order to get the sky correctly exposed I used braketing (using 5 EV ranges) and then took 4 different but slightly overlapping views (ie there were 20 photos in the series). I then selected the -0.3EV from each of the bracket sets and then ran them through autostich. A fair bit of mucking around but I am pleased with the results. It give that big sweaping broad landscape feel I like. (By the way I don't have any kind of "sky" filter for my camera)