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A couple of sunrise shots from this weekend.

Discussion in 'Photos and Videos' started by douglas.brownlie, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. douglas.brownlie

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  2. Daniel Mascheck

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    All are good, but the first one...WOW!
     
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    Wow! Epic shots!
     
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    Great work! New Brighton has never looked so good!
     
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    Spectacular!! I've been wanting to capture a thunderstorm on the approach, but patiently waiting..............
     
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    Camera settings for these shots?
     
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    I'm interested in knowing the settings used as well!
     
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    Thanks mdomeny these were all taken in New Brighton in the South Island of New Zealand.
     
  10. douglas.brownlie

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    Hi guys and thank you for the compliments.
    1st one 100 iso 1/40sec
    2nd one 100 iso 1/25 sec
    3rd one 100 iso 1/40 sec
    4th one 172 iso 1/120 sec
    5th one 153 iso 1/60 sec
    6th one 100 iso 1/150 sec
    7th one 100 iso 1/310 sec

    All were shot in RAW and most shot in 4:3 format.
    I applied the lens correction within RAW 8.8 and tweaked the levels slightly to achieve the saturation that I wanted.

    Hope this helps. If you need any other info please ask. Oh yeah one last thing I used an app for determining the golden hour time frame. The app is called "The Photographers Ephemeris" available on the app store for ios or play store for android. These shots were all taken just before or just after the sun broke the horizon during sunrise.