DIFFUSED SUNLIGHT LIGHT AT CABRILLO BEACH
Not every day we get to have spectacular sunset (or sunrise for that matter) when we step out the door. The sun was shining when I arrived at the beach while the clouds were lurking not too far away. While I scouted a location and set up my camera, the clouds moved and eventually blotted out the sun. Sometimes diffused sunlight is the source of light to work with, and although a gorgeous sunset no longer exists, that is fine. The warm hue lingered for a bit till it didn’t, and I did my best taking advantage of that. Before the light completely disappeared on me, I was able to capture the soft, lovely glow illuminating on the glistened rocks.
San Pedro, CA
- Canon EOS 5D Mark III
- Canon EF 16–35mm f/4L IS USM
- 16mm / 1.3 sec at ƒ/22 / ISO 100
- Taken 8/28/2016
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© 2017 H Peter Ji
Originally published at inherentlyadventurous.com on February 20, 2017.