Beautiful Sunrises

Aug 22, 2010
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We have an active thread for Sunsets. So lets have one for Sunrise.
Why do I prefer Sunrise to Sunsets? For me it's easier to work in the ascending light, there's often more mist and gentle haze. So the colours tend to be be more interesting. There's generally less people and dogs about at that time and I find I get a greater chance for a good shot on a clear day forecast.

Here's a sunrise over a bluebell wood in Oxford from a few months back:


Canon 5DIII, TS-e 17L with a 2x TC mkII
 
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JClark

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Aug 4, 2013
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Not a sunrise per se, but a bit of contre-jour shot this morning AT sunrise as I was testing out my new 5DSR.

Shadows lift just fine.
 

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Here's a sunrise over a bluebell wood in Oxford from a few months back:


Canon 5DIII, TS-e 17L with a 2x TC mkII
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Great starting post to a great topic, GMCPhotographics...
 

Valvebounce

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Hi Folks.
Nice shots here already, but I just wondered what was wrong with this Sunrises thread, 5 pages already and recently active?
http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=9085.60

Cheers, Graham.
 

JClark

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Aug 4, 2013
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JClark said:
Not a sunrise per se, but a bit of contre-jour shot this morning AT sunrise as I was testing out my new 5DSR.

Shadows lift just fine.
Eh.. Should have gone in the florals thread. Sorry y'all.
 

JClark

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Aug 4, 2013
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Valvebounce said:
Hi Folks.
Nice shots here already, but I just wondered what was wrong with this Sunrises thread, 5 pages already and recently active?
http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=9085.60

Cheers, Graham.
I wondered the same? (But just going with the flow :) )
 

BeenThere

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Some of each. --- Sunrise and Sunset. Can you tell which it is?

http://www.ronbrunsvold.com/sunrise_sunset/