**(Plus I have 2 macro shots from 3 hours of practice today!)**
First, let’s talk about that smooooth, Bluesy Sky. The time right after the sun sinks below the horizon, and just before the sun rises is called the “Blue Hour”. If you have a clear night, you can get some great photos with that wonderful deep blue sky. Clear nights don’t happen often in winter in my area of the Great Lakes, so I’ve been taking advantage of some recent cloud-free ones!
Just at the horizon is a line of light from the setting sun. Here is a link for “Blue Hour” photography. They have all kinds of information in their tutorial. They even have a world map that tells exactly when your particular “Blue Hour” times are for your area. So you don’t have to do any fancy math!
Here are two macro shots from today. Thank you to kerry129 for all your help. I did try your tips! And thank you Jim for giving me the link. I appreciate your knowledgeable assistance, guys!
I hope you could open a window with this size knob!! It looks rather large here! 😉
The difference between this Eiffel Tower and the real one, is that this one obviously needs to be dusted! Once again, try macro photography and be surprised by what you see! I see lots of dust! 😉
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