31 Dec Creating Hull Marina at Dawn by Sean Donno

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I captured this image on the Sunday morning of HipFest2018. I had a great day on the Saturday, attending some presentations and workshops, but it had rained most of the day, only clearing in the evening. I checked the forecast for Sunday, and it was looking to be a nice day, so a quick bit of planning to find sunrise time and direction, and I decided to get up and out early for the ‘Blue Hour’ and go to the waterfront to get an image across the Humber at Sunrise. On waking up and peering out of my hotel room, conditions looked good, so I headed out.

It was blissfully quiet and still, and as I walked along the Marina I knew there was a good image to be had here. I found a composition I was happy with, set my tripod up and attached my Fujifilm X-H1 with the XF16mm lens and took a test shot. I also took a series of bracketed shots with a view to blending as an HDR image, as there was quite a difference in the light at the time. After post processing I was happier with the single image I had got, which was a 50 second exposure at f11 and ISO200.


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