One thing about places like the Baltimore Inner Harbor is the fact that it has been photographed from practically every conceivable angle. Nonetheless,
I have long-favored shooting at the edges of day and night because of the wonderful lighting the exists during those brief periods of time. In the previous post we had an example of a sunrise. Today we take a peek at a sunset in this view across the harbor of Baltimore. What you cannot discern from the image below is the fact that it was bitterly cold on this December evening. The wind was quite low, allowing the water to remain calm and smooth.
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Gear: Nikon D5000 with 18-200mm 3.5 VR II | Exif: ISO 200, 20mm, f/9, 1.60s
Once again I used the new Lightroom 5 Beta to process this image. I really like what they have done with Lightroom 5 and will write a post on my favorite feature, so far. It's important to know that this public Beta version is a work in progress and may undergo considerable changes before it's final release.
The Bokeh in image enhanced in Photoshop CS6.
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