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Tuesday Tips-“Redemption”

November 19, 2019

When the sun sets on the North Shore of Oahu, the “Golden Hour” comes to effect and can provide colors like no other. My number one tip for capturing images during this time is to make sure your settings are constantly adapting to the light. As the sun goes down, the lighting gets darker so ISO and slower shutter can make it or break it for you. I suggest boosting up your ISO a little bit (I would not recommend going over 1000) to get the exposure right. It is also key to pay attention to your white balance as well. Most people like to shoot automatic WB but custom can be fun as well! I shot this photo with my 14mm lens and 1DX. My goal was to capture a wide perspective and give the viewer a small taste of everything. Check out “Redemption” here-

My settings were:

Shutter: 1/2500
Aperture: f 5.6
ISO: 400
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