golden hour

  1. B

    Is Golden Hour longer or short in Winter (Southern California USA)

    I saw this was posted in the beginners thread back in 2013. But I don’t feel like i got my question answered from reading that thread. does the Duration of golden hour change every season? Or is it still like 40min-1hour before the sun sets? Will i have to change how I perform my outdoor...
  2. camlo5

    My local photo group has meet ups - VietNamese

    Hi Guys! Nice too meet you ! I'm Local Photographer in VietNam . I want to share you some picture of mine about My local photo group has meet ups ! Thanks for watching ^^
  3. nerwin

    Golden Hour Fun

    Took a short walk last light during golden hour, it was so quiet too. You can hear all the critter rustling in the bushes and birds chirpings. No cars, it was just peaceful. Took the XT2 + 60 2.4
  4. Peeb

    Afternoon fades into twilight...

    1. Hey, Earl- I think that left turn in Topeka was a mistake... 2. Sun star 3. Golden hour shifting to Blue hour
  5. nerwin


    Golden hour can make all the difference sometimes. It isn't my favorite photo I ever taken but interestingly, it became one of my most "liked" photos on Instagram, just on it's own. Nikon D610 + 70-200 f/4 VR 190mm, 1/500th, f/5.6, ISO 220 Gold by Nicholas Erwin, on Flickr
  6. nerwin

    Golden Hour Leaf

    One of the things I hate about winter is that fact that the light is just so flat and boring. It's been fairly warm lately here and so all the snow has melted, but there is a nor'easter that is suppose to happen next week but anyways back to picture. I took this picture after a quick rain...

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  8. ronlane

    July sunset.

    They are all different and it really doesn't get old watching and shooting summer sunsets.
  9. M

    The golden hour for beginners

    I have the Nikon D5300. With a zoom lens and a 50 mm. Tonight is my first portrait shoot in the golden hour. Tip for aperture or lighting at all? Little nervous. I know trial and error is a big deal. I have been reading up a lot and s3ems like spot metering is a big deal with this time of day...