Last night, plans were made to go out and do some night shots. Unfortunately we were subjected to heavy patches of fog and opted to try again in the morning. Being up early as always, I set out this morning to see if I could capture what may be left of the Leonid Meteor Shower. Well I didn’t see any meteors, but there is always something to shoot. Images from this morning.
As the sun slowly meet the horizon I caught this image using my 7d and a Tamrom 10-24 wide-angle. I used an aperture of f-22, ISO 400, and a shutter speed of 20 seconds. The image has been reduced in file size for this post and this has caused some grain to appear in this post. In reality the image is tack sharp after printout.
Using the Tamron 18-270 and the 7d I snapped this shot shortly after the sun broke the horizon. Using an aperture of f-8 I let the shutter stay open for 1/45 of a second.
With the still air and calm water I decided to do a HDR. Although this image is still in post process I am kind of partial to this composition. Unsure at this point, If I decide to change my final output, I will repost to get feedback on the differences
ALL for now.