Canon Community Canon Community
 


Reply
Esteemed Contributor
Posts: 4,901
Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Sunrise and Sunsets.

[ Edited ]

This is a sunrise, actually 3 minutes before the sunrise. 

 

EOS 6D, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM

16mm

1/4000

f/2.8

ISO 100

 

IMG_7290-HDR.jpg

 

This is an HDR image made from five shots. 

 

Here is the actual moment of first light, captured three minutes later in a sequence of 5 HDR shots, at 35mm.

 

IMG_7296-HDR.jpg

 

 

 The pre-dawn sky was a quickly changing kaleidoscope of color.  It took me 12 minutes to arrive.  The actual sunrise was anti-climatic.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"I don't rent software. I use Photoshop CS6, ACR 9.8 and Lightroom 6.8 ."
Reputable Contributor
Posts: 800
Registered: ‎02-06-2013

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.

[ Edited ]

Here is one of mine. This was taken at the North Lake near Bishop, CA - Sunrise -  just a single RAW exposure with post processing adjustments.

 

Canon 5D Mark III, EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II

f/11; 25s; ISO 100

 

22085414016_1d6e90f2e5_h.jpg

================================================
Diverhank's photos on Flickr
Esteemed Contributor
Posts: 4,901
Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.

That's really nice Diverhawk.  I just noticed that it is a long exposure.  I love the 16-35mm, period.  It's my walk around lens.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"I don't rent software. I use Photoshop CS6, ACR 9.8 and Lightroom 6.8 ."
Reputable Contributor
Posts: 800
Registered: ‎02-06-2013

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.


Waddizzle wrote:

That's really nice Diverhawk.  I just noticed that it is a long exposure.  I love the 16-35mm, period.  It's my walk around lens.


Yes...long exposure so that the water surface can be smoothed out - normally I'd use an ND filter but in this case the sun just barely came out and it was still pretty dark to the naked eyes. I didn't need the ND filter.  By the way, I'm not a hawk Smiley Happy, just a boring Hank Smiley Happy.

================================================
Diverhank's photos on Flickr
Esteemed Contributor
Posts: 4,901
Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.


diverhank wrote:

Waddizzle wrote:

That's really nice Diverhawk.  I just noticed that it is a long exposure.  I love the 16-35mm, period.  It's my walk around lens.


Yes...long exposure so that the water surface can be smoothed out - normally I'd use an ND filter but in this case the sun just barely came out and it was still pretty dark to the naked eyes. I didn't need the ND filter.  By the way, I'm not a hawk Smiley Happy, just a boring Hank Smiley Happy.


Sorry about that, Hank.  I have really bad eyes.  Blind in one eye, and going in the other.  I'd give it 10-15 years.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

"I don't rent software. I use Photoshop CS6, ACR 9.8 and Lightroom 6.8 ."
Occasional Contributor
Posts: 6
Registered: ‎08-19-2016

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.

 

Canon 5D MK3 - EF 70-200mm f/4L

 

30457013494_9f14f1356f_o.jpg

 

 

Moderator
Posts: 914
Registered: ‎10-25-2012

Re: Sunrise and Sunsets.

Wow, those colors are amazing, souravsen! Thank you for sharing this gorgeous photo with #TeamCanon! 

powered by Lithium

LIKE US on Facebook FOLLOW US on Twitter WATCH US on YouTube CONNECT WITH US on Linkedin WATCH US on Vimeo FOLLOW US on Instagram SHOP CANON at the Canon Online Store
© Canon U.S.A., Inc.   |    Terms of Use   |    Privacy Statement