Light : Tech of the Month in Photo 101Rehab

This blog has the honor to co-host ‘Tech of the month’s challenge’ of Perelincolors

This month challenge is: Get Out When the Light is Right

Perelincolors asks us to “choose whatever subject you like, use whatever gear you have, but take your picture when the light is at its best. The first prime time of the day is just after sunrise and in the early morning. ”

Unlike Perelincolors, I like to get up early to watch the sunrise, as much as I love the sunset.

Here is my take on her challenge.

I chose the same location to shoot the sunset in different days to capture different lights. I used an iPhone 5 and 6 for the first three photos. And used Olympus E-M10 for the last one.

I have used a Olympus E-M10 to capture these photos before and after sunrise.

I am also posting for the Photo101 Rehab, the event for everyone who loves photography (hobbyists, amateurs, pro-shooters, or just curious , anyone is welcome), and wants to join a community of like-minded people, who are also fun to connect with.

26 thoughts on “Light : Tech of the Month in Photo 101Rehab

  1. You indeed captured these pics when “the light is right” as you mentioned!
    The morning sky at dawn is the perfect time to take photos, when the world is still in a lazy slumber!
    Cheers my friend!
    *Lia

  2. Your sunsets are lovely, Lucile. I love those soft colours. Our sky tonight was wonderful. A myriad of shape, pattern and colour. I couldn’t stop looking over my shoulder 🙂 Very nearly grabbed the camera but I was out much of the day and really need to catch up around the blogs.

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