Deep Red Sunset

Posted by Darkelf Photography (Perth, Australia) on 7 August 2016 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

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Quiet times for me in terms of new photos but I still have a lot of backlog to go through. We have a lot planned for November to February and i still hope to get out once or twice here in Perth before the Summer.

This photo represents a prefect combination for me - sky lighting up with fiery sunset colours and waves creating fantastic flow in the foreground. Photos like this are why I love seascapes.

Sometimes I am lucky enough to experience conditions like this when shooting seascapes. Sometimes a bit of planning helps as well. For photographers in Europe, North America and Australia, if you have not seen it yet, there is a great little website that helps with cloud forecasts for these regions - http://www.skippysky.com.au

Keep in mind though, that it only acts as a guide to predict the extrapolated cloud coverage and movement based on satellite data and weather forecasts. It is especially useful when combined with other services such as your meteorological agency.

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Canon EOS 5D Mark III
1/2 second
F/11.0
ISO 200
16 mm

burns
beach
perth
western
australia
indian
ocean
seascape
sunset
16-35mm

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