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1-3 second sunrise rush
Ah the joys of having Friday off!
I was up at 5 to 6 this morning and headed down to North Beach in Wollongong to one of my favourite 'fishing grounds' - the rocks near the public pool.
This was shot towards the end of the morning. The reason for the less than perfect sharpness is that it was handheld in order to get the lower perspective. I've got a bunch of images that will flow here over the coming days from my tripod - but this one popped as I did my two second review after importing them a couple of minutes ago.
This is shot with my Sigma 10-20mm at 10mm with a ND8 fllter and my usual Cokin Grad ND 8 on top. I use blu-tac to ensure that I don't get any vignetting with the wide angle adapter. I've shot this with the cloudy skies white balance (great tip for sunrises - everything goes a little orange!) and a bit of exposure compensation (-0.7). The result had a slight curve adjustment on a layer that was then partially masked away on the rocks to reveal the better exposure beneath for that part of the image. I then added a bit of selective colour saturation and sharpening plus watermarks and voila!
Hope your Friday is a good'un ;-)
The effect of the light falling through the trees after rain was fantastic. Unfortunately, I haven't exposed it correctly to do it justice. I am not sure quite what went wrong - so I have put this image up in the hopes of some answers.
This was shot with a standard exposure program on the 55mm kit lens, with a polarising filter. I took the exposure reading from the pool of light at the front. After reviewing my first shot, I bracketed down -0.7EV, so it exposed at F5.6, 1/13 second. So what should I have done differently to get an exposure that captured the rain drops hanging off the boughs of the trees and the slanting light, without burning out the foreground? Answers below, please.
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