by Milo Smith
We recently had a Sunset Creativity Challenge. So how about a Sunrise Creativity? The trouble with sunrise images is one has to get up very early, drive in the dark to get the shot.
Member Wendy Beswick suggested we shoot sunrise at Long Sault Parkway. So off we went. In the dark. We got there early and in looking for a good place to set up I made this image, in the style of a blue hour shot, of a dam on the U.S. side. I made it by adjusting the colour temperature as it was much too late for blue hour.
We found our spot, set up and waited. Not a lot of cloud so nothing really spectacular would occur. But still some nice oranges and pinks in the clouds at hand.
We waited some more and the sky seemed to get darker before the sun broke out.
Finally, the sun peeked out. This was shot at a wider angle.
Finally, the sun is up. Shot with a telephoto.
Thank you, Wendy, for the suggestion.
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