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Leica M9 - Leitz Elmarit-M 90mm1/125" f13 ISO 160
Leica M9 - Leitz Elmarit-M 90mm1/250" f11 ISO 160
Posted on September 22, 2013 | Permalink
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This reminds me to the three-years-ago-Gianni...
It's always amazing to note that at sunset, just before what it's commonly called "golden hour", there is another "hour" at which the declining sun is still strong and casts long and deep shadows, but the tone of its light is very warm, so we can benefit from this particular double effect.
No doubt, I'm much more familiar with this "pre-golden hour".
Stefano Mazza |
September 28, 2013 at 01:18 PM
this reminds me that too.
What I appreciate in most relatively recent digital cameras is their auto-white-balance capability to preserve that golden tone.
Gianni Galassi |
September 28, 2013 at 07:07 PM
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