Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by StefaninLA, Jan 29, 2016.
Sunset last night in the Marina.
no input at all?
A good example of finding leading lines.
Thank you Designer
Can I ask what camera or setup you are using? Those are the exact type of photo I want to be able to capture. I live along Lake Michigan in West Michigan and we have SPECTACULAR sunsets like that quite often. Problem is I have yet to find a good way of capturing all the great color with that low of light. Hoping I can do so without breaking the bank..
Great photo by the way!!
Thank you Miller. I use a Canon 6D, and the lens I used here was a Tamron 17-35......I have decent lenses but by no means outstanding. But the 6D is phenomenal for what I do.
This is nice StefaninLA ... but (the big but) ... nothing to write home about. You followed all the rules and you ended up with a very nice image. I wonder what would happen if you broke some of the rules ... and then tossed something interesting in the foreground ...
I kinda agree Gary....I havent really shot the Marina before. I just rode down there, parked in one spot and the shot was composed and and shot within minutes. But yeah, there is a million and 1 better potentials in the area. I usually scout a little more.
Gonna make my way down and shoot Laguna and the area soon
Laguna is great ... but ... PV is closer, less people and 100' high cliffs. (Less good eats and drinks though.)
PV is beautiful too, I was interesting in that elusive lighthouse tower in the O.C, in laguna I believe?
The Victoria Beach one is pretty good. Don't forget that PV has a working lighthouse at Pt. Vincente.
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