Church of St. Nicolas
As all photographers, I prefer to take my photos around sunset. But sometime, especially during winter months, the sunsets are quite boring. With a clear sky, they look mostly grey. So what I do, is I wait for the blue hour. Even with a clear sky, the blue is really stunning.
This is one of my older photos, still taken with the Canon 450D. You really can see the difference, when you look closely. The 5D mark II with the Canon lens makes much more sharper images.
Number of exposures: 3; Camera Model: Canon EOS 450D; Lens: Sigma 10-20mm F3.5;
Focal length: 10 mm; Aperture: 8.0; Middle exposure time: 5.0s; ISO: 100; Tripod used: yes
Compare to the original 0EV shot:
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Where was this photo taken:
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