Thursday, October 04, 2007

© David A. Ziser

The was one of the final images I made of Ellyn yesterday evening. It's a nice, easy, soft photograph that I really like. I saved the "pillar" location till last because I thought the sun would be softly setting behind the clouds. Well, that wasn't the case - it was going down in a blaze! I experimented with increasing the shutter speed to see if I could pick up some of the sun's color glinting off the pillars. That's exactly what happened! We got a great shot! Canon 40D, 70-200mm IS lens, 1/320 second (yes, I cheated the sync speed) at F4.0, ISO 250. Off camera flash through a translucent umbrella supplied the direction of light to the subject. Enjoy. --David

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