Sunrise in the morning in the first hour

Alainphotocanon

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I got up early this morning to make this photo​

 

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Woodwideweb

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Nice picture. Sometimes the early start is worth it.
Here's one from last month, Dorset, UK. Not 100% sure on the processing yet so any comments welcome.
 

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Woodwideweb said:
Nice picture. Sometimes the early start is worth it.
Here's one from last month, Dorset, UK. Not 100% sure on the processing yet so any comments welcome.

Beautiful picture. I really like this shot. Well done.
 

Woodwideweb

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Wow! What an intense colour. Do you often get colour like that in the mornings? That would make an early start, hike and wait worthwhile.

Alain, how many exposures did you use to retain the colour for your sunrise?
 

kodakrome

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Well, I'm always up early in the morning. But then I have to decide how big I want the sun to be. These three are at 100mm, 200mm, and 400mm with a 6D.
 

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kodakrome

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Beautiful pictures, kodakrome. 8) I especially like the first one.

Thanks, Click. I kind of like the first one, too. Just took that a couple of days ago.
 

d4mike

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Welcoming the new day from an unusual viewpoint at Dead Horse Point after shooting the Milkyway, blue hour and then the sunrise.
 

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Welcoming the new day from an unusual viewpoint at Dead Horse Point after shooting the Milkyway, blue hour and then the sunrise.

Cool picture. :) Well done, Mike.
 

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Woodwideweb said:
Nice picture. Sometimes the early start is worth it.
Here's one from last month, Dorset, UK. Not 100% sure on the processing yet so any comments welcome.

I like it a lot. I like the resolved line to the bottom right corner. I like the placement of the sun (in this case, out of frame) and tree stump clump. I also like the fact that the trees in the area of interest don't break through the horizon. I like the mood and atmosphere too, although revisiting on a slightly more misty morning would lift is up a gear. In terms of processing, I would render the sky a wee bit brighter and adjust the WB for best creative effect. In this case an overcast WB or just reduce the magenta slider and boos the orange / yellow slider a tad. With this sort of shot, a high contrast tends to look best but naturally, be careful not too loose highlight or shadow detail, it's not a silhouette.
 

Woodwideweb

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Hi GMC
Thanks for the kind words and useful advice. I implemented the changes you suggested and agree, it does look better with a bit more contrast and stringer yellows. Hopefully I didn't go too far.
I had hoped for a bit more mist on the day, but think it turned out OK.
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Thanks once again
Chris
 

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Woodwideweb

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kodakrome said:
Well, I'm always up early in the morning. But then I have to decide how big I want the sun to be. These three are at 100mm, 200mm, and 400mm with a 6D.
Beautiful photos. I imagine it's easier getting up early if this sort of view is waiting :)
I assume you're not based in the UK ;)
 

serendipidy

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Woodwideweb said:
Hi GMC
Thanks for the kind words and useful advice. I implemented the changes you suggested and agree, it does look better with a bit more contrast and stringer yellows. Hopefully I didn't go too far.
I had hoped for a bit more mist on the day, but think it turned out OK.
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Thanks once again
Chris

Hi Chris,

I really like what you have done with this photo. It's gorgeous!

Also, I just realized that your earlier post about intense color was maybe about my photo. It is not common to have that intensity of color, but it sometimes does occur. I think that was a rare combination of diffuse low mist (volcanic fog from Kilauea volcano they call Vog) and sun angle. I rarely get up that early, so when I saw it, I had to run and get my camera. I also cropped and changed the exposure and saturation a bit to make it look more like what I actually saw.

Cheers,
Eric
 

kodakrome

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Woodwideweb said:
kodakrome said:
Well, I'm always up early in the morning. But then I have to decide how big I want the sun to be. These three are at 100mm, 200mm, and 400mm with a 6D.
Beautiful photos. I imagine it's easier getting up early if this sort of view is waiting :)
I assume you're not based in the UK ;)

Thanks for the comments, Woodwideweb. No, I'm not in the UK. I live on the South Carolina shore. I have family living in Ireland, and they don't even know what the sun looks like. :)