Camera: Canon 16-35L @ 35mm ~ Settings: f/18 – 1.3 seconds – ISO 800
Yesterday when I was on my way home I noticed the sky looked a little scattered. I thought it was worth stopping to grab a quick picture, so I did just that. I didn’t feel like dragging out my tripod and setting it up, because I was afraid the sun would completely go down and I’d lose all the colour in the sky while doing it. So I just place my camera on a ledge and used one of my fingers under one side to level it off and let the shutter go. Who needs Manfrotto when you got ManPhoto tripod ;).
Thanks for stopping by, Rob
Note: I don’t really recommend this technique for long exposures, if you got the time just use your tripod.
ManPhoto! Now that made me laugh. Wonderful capture and composition. Love that sky!
Thanks buddy! 😜. Ya the sky looks pretty wicked, caught it just in time.
Ya looks cool hey 😃🌃.
I think sometime you got to do what you got to do to get the wanted shot, I think it’s better to try something and still get a wonderful shut rather than no shot ….. and by the way this shot is beautiful
Agreed! Thank you about the shot Nelson :).
wow……so beautiful. And funny 🙂
Thank you! 😜
I absolutely receive peace when I see your “great” work. I had to comment on this particular post. I actually can sense being there! Just sheer beauty!
Wow, high praise! Thank you very much! You are too kind 😃.
You’re welcome …It’s really the truth!
Thanks David ;).
Great night sky, but also a great night show with the started lights, and I especially like the blue of the tower near the center of the photograph, which draws your eye in and its backdrop is a colorful blend of that sky
Thank you! I’m glad you like the picture 🙂
Gorgeous! You were right to grab the shot while you could. Magic hour can disappear in a minute! 🙂
Thank you! And yes, those moments are fleeting for sure :).