Thursday, February 01, 2018

Sunlight Glare

Andy | Thursday, February 01, 2018 | | Best Blogger Tips
Believe it or not, this is not a B&W photo. It was a bright sunny day and the sunlight was causing a brilliant light reflection off the water. That in turn bleached any colours from the scene. The two on the breakwall were doing the same thing as me... taking pictures.

20 comments:

  1. I like very much this back light with both characters who give life to the landscape. A very well built photo

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    1. Funny you should mention that. I haven't taken many photos lately but from viewing Andy's over time I began to realize many of my photos have no 'life' be it man or animal. Neither may be right or wrong but it does make a difference in some way.

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  2. Great shot. I love that light reflection too Andy as you can see in my post of today.

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  3. Yest those lights are sometimes so bright, everything changes in black and white. Great photo.

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  4. I would have thought b&w if you hadn't pointed out it wasn't. Now I can pick up just a hint of blue in the water.

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  5. shots east or west at twilight are equally challenging, to get the color and light right.

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  6. Fabulous, Andy! It looks like an ocean pic!

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  7. What a powerful image this is. It almost looks like the guys on the breakwall are in some peril. What a shot.

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  8. Yowsa! What a shot! It looks like "cold hath its fury!" I think I'd stay off the breakwater, though. Wouldn't want to slip-slide away into that freezing water!

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  9. You could have fooled me. I thought this was a sepia tinted b&w photo. Great reflections off the water.

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  10. Super shot, I like it. At first I thought those people were fishing.

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  11. Absolutely beautiful photo! I had the same thing when I was out taking photos just prior to a snowfall last weekend, everything was white and my photos looked b/w.

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  12. I think you've done well with the photo, I've had many times when the sun's glare on the water has been a bit too bright.

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  13. Your photo is different and lovely, would be better than the other two standing there. It always fascinates me as to what light does to a photo and the sun.

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