I took these photos during my visit to mount Bromo, Indonesia. In below pictures, all color are original. No retouch on those sunrise pictures. Blue hour is real. You can see the blue sky on the first picture. On the second picture, the different was just several minutes later. The sky is no longer blue.
This week topic is Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette. Basically, silhouette will be created once back light is more strong than the front object light. I have two silhouette pictures. The first photo is silhouette made by Sunset available light. Umbrellas, tree, and leaves silhouette object become strong in this photo. Sunset makes a perfect silhouette on the object. The second is silhouette made by lamp at night. Since this is a top light, some portion of the object will not perfectly appear in silhouette. I like the glare created in this photo.
I was having a dinner on Sierra Restaurant at Dago Pakar Bandung, Indonesia. From this restaurant, we can see a nice view of Bandung City. The best time to get the best view is during sunset because we can see how the city turn on their light. Also, we can see how the sky will change its color several times. This time I was playing with slow shutter speed on my camera Canon EOS 40D. I pressed the shutter button, then I shake my camera. Below are several results.
This is the easiest one. Those light look like rain drops.
This one, those light look like a fire.
This time, those light look like flying birds.
This is L series.
This is C series.
This picture I took during Nikon photography competition. I am not using Nikon, but Canon. Therefore I am not part in the competition. This model won’t look at me. I shot from a far. I am using Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom Lens on my Canon EOS 40D. They put side continuous light on the left. We can notice it from the shadow at background.