Wife decided to try and catch the sunset at our cross country ski spot, up near Mt Hood. We sorta made it - had to ski FAST to climb a hill to get a view. By then it was all burning red light on the opposite hills, nothing much left. But it was incredibly pretty.
XT1 + Rokinon 12
It's been a while since I've posted, so here are a few from the last several months, including a few from Natural Bridges S.P. in Santa Cruz.
DSCF2030-2031-FortPointSunrise-luminar by efchan, on Flickr
DSCF2008-FortPointSunrise-luminar by efchan, on Flickr
DSCF2117-sunset-luminar by efchan...
In The Sunset. 1/250s f/5 ISO400 shot at 66mm 3 image stitch.
Looked like it was a pretty good sunset but I didn't have time to get out and find a place to really capture it. So I went with a silhouette of the trees.
Riding The Sunset. 0.5s f/4 ISO500 shot at 50mm.
Spent most of the day driving/riding in the car so didn't have a whole lot of opportunities to shoot. But as the sun was setting, I had to get a few shots of it as the colors were stunning. So I resorted to a slower shutter speed and got some...
Frozen Sunset 1/250s F/4 ISO320 Shot at 40mm
I started out getting some close ups of various things around the yard covered in snow for my safety shots. As the day progressed it looked like there might be a nice sunset. It was cloudy but it was a thin layer.
A little after 4 I looked...
I was on my way home and found this scene. I altered the colour balance to give the sky a purplish tinge. Does it work?
I have a second version that I like just as much as this that was shot vertically which I will add to this post a bit later.