D A T E : OCTOBER 5, 2012
L O C A T I O N : BEL-AT ROCK FORMATION, BRGY. TALISAY, BIRI, NORTHERN SAMAR, NORTHERN VISAYAS, PHILIPPINES
C A M E R A : NIKON D80
L E N S : TOKINA 11-16MM F/2.8
F I L T E R : 77MM B+W ND110
M O U N T : BENRO TRAVEL ANGEL A0695F TRIPOD
L I G H T : AMBIENT
S E T T I N G S : MANUAL MODE | IS0100 | 13SEC | F/8
P O S T - P R O C E S S I N G N O T E S : MONOCHROME CONVERSION AND BASIC CURVES
Landscapes are often better photographed on golden hours when the light is soft and the sky is glowing with yellows and golds. But what if you have no option for a grand sunrise or a fiery sunset? Would you just put down your camera and stay at your lodge?
Some photographers actually do that. But I feel it to be such a waste, you should still go out and shoot. Adjust your output and make do with what light is available.