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I think the colour came out really well in this photo. The clouds feel massive and get a lot of focus. There’s a sense of the striking and relaxing that I think I’ve captured. I hope you enjoy.
I think this photo feels impressionistic. Not in the sense of impressionism, but more that, due to how the photo was taken, it gives an impression of a sunset. Maybe it’s that it suggests the sunset. I don’t know. It … Continue reading
There’s something appealing about this photo but I’m not sure as to what it is. I think it has a lot to do with the clouds against the colour of the sunset at this particular point in time. Considering those … Continue reading
This was taken a few weeks ago whilst at Sydney Olympic Park. The sunset was rather large in scope. My vantage point allowed me to capture a fair bit of it so I was able to capture both its vibrant … Continue reading
This was taken in Campsie a few weeks ago. I like how the light lines came out as they’re rather distinct. Along with the vagueness of the surrounding area, they create a strong impression of the suburban landscape, I think. … Continue reading
I think that, at the end of the day, so long as you have reached the peak of whatever it was that you were trying to tackle, then you most certainly can walk into the sunset all dramatic-like, but you … Continue reading
This came out a lot darker than it actually was at the time. To be honest I don’t mind. There’s a fair bit of clarity in the photo, but I feel as though the darkness makes the photo more suggestive. … Continue reading
When I switched from using my 60D to my 5D Mark IV, I’m fairly certain I was going to share at the very least a few more photos from the former before sharing only what was taken with the latter. … Continue reading
Right now I’m wondering if there’s anything special about a sunset shot. It’s something that has a lot of coverage at this point. It probably depends. Getting a shot that stands out likely takes a lot more work which I … Continue reading