Let There Be Light

Sky
and there was light.  Genesis 1:3
Sometimes I point the viewfinder to the sky.

14 comments:

Val said...

That is one of the most beautiful sky photographs I've ever seen. The sky is like a cosmic fingerprint that keeps changing. The sky will never look exactly this way again Adrian and you have captured it before it disappeared forever. There is magic in such things as this. Pure magic.

R.Ferrari said...

Muito lindo o efeito da luz solar entre as nuvens.
Parabens.
R.Ferrari

Pieces of Sunshine said...

We look up too seldom. You've captured a great sight.

Miamor said...

..if you don´t want to live in the past and don´t know what to do with the future..LOOK UP...great view!

Miamor is trying to look up..but my shoulder hurts today....hehe..

Mamuchi said...

hermoso cielo parece una pintura

Fábio Martins | Fotografia said...

Powerful. Beautiful sunset in the clouds

Erika Nagy Farkas Dudás said...

Csodálatos képek! Tiszta fények és pontosság! Köszönöm, hogy jelentkeztél a blogomban!
Szép napot

Vivian said...

...sim querido!

houve luz!!

felizes os que possuem a
sensibilidade dirigindo
o olhar para o céu!

adorei sua visita.

obrigada!!!

kisses

Amy said...

your images are amazing. I shoot canon. But nothing like you. I have some really good glass but your depth of field is amazing. The boats in the harbor are great. What did you shoot that photo with? If you don't mind me asking.

Southshoreandbeyond said...

Oh wow!

Adrian LaRoque said...

Hi Amy!
Thank you very much for the visit and for the kind comment on my blog.

First of all let me tell you that you have an exceptional talent for portraits, the ones on your blog are amazing portraits. Taking pictures of people, especially portraits, requires a talent that not every photographer have.

Answering your question, yes I do use Canon camera and lenses. Pictures that you take at some distance keep in mind that your depth of field should be the greatest that you can output from your lenses. Some of my images apertures of f/16 to f/22 are not uncommon, but not all the images. Some are on the range of the f/9 to f/11. The greater apertures will give you a well-defined image especially for landscapes. Now there is something else, you need to have a steady hand, when you press that shooter be as still as you can be. Use a tripod when you need it, even that I don’t do it all the time. Off course combination of speed and apertures will give different approaches in different situations, you need to try it for yourself. The secret is not in the camera it’s on you.

Ari said...

Only the clouds make the sky, great photo.

Remus said...

Uma autêntica pintura, com umas cores estupendas.
Excelente momento!

miguelrr said...

Bem... Excelente foto! Muitos parabéns, está fabulosa.