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Marius Radu

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Soft twilight

Another day ends... One may rush to seek shelter away from the cold but the nearby chalet gives an opportunity to stay longer outside with the fading light of the setting sun. Other "Dawn and dusk" shots in the album www.clickasnap.com/album/7536

Exif Data

Canon EOS 70D

17-50mm
Aperture
f/11.0
Exposure
1/15
ISO
100
Flash
16
  • Image type: image/jpeg
  • Exposure: 1/15
  • Resolution: 300/1
  • Created: 27th January 2018
  • Uploaded: 22nd November 2018
  • Category: Landscape
  • Views: 50
  • Likes: 23



  • Michael Flick
    1 year ago
    Fantastic light but too cold for me :)
    • Marius Radu
      1 year ago
      Well... not really cold at that time... but it became little by little :-)
  • Jim Anglin
    1 year ago
    The mountain skyline conforms beautifully to the title. The very dark trees, however, create an opposing tension to that theme, whether intended or not. A fine image in any case.
    • Marius Radu
      1 year ago
      You're kind of right, Jim :-) The soft light was mainly visible in the sky and the distant ridge... the trees were already quite dark and I avoided riding too much the shadows in processing. Thanks for feedback.
      • Jim Anglin
        1 year ago
        Looking again ... of course there's no way that soft light could reach the near side of the mountain, so you did the only thing you could do :-)
        • Marius Radu
          1 year ago
          I could have twisted more the processing but in the end this version was OK for my eyes :-) Thanks for comment.
  • FabioM
    1 year ago
    Beautiful photo
  • MarkChinn
    1 year ago
    Very pastel colorful. Lovely.
  • Photography, don't you just love it | Les Garner
    1 year ago
    Love the soft pastel colours, your mountain images are wonderful Marius :)
    • Marius Radu
      1 year ago
      Mountains are wonderful, Les, thanks for visit and comment :-)