MY NEW SUN PHOTOGRAPHY ANGLE

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Hi Friends

This sequence of sunset photographs was taken in Da Nang, Vietnam, in May. I was tired of direct sun images at the time, so I experimented with various angles, and that's how these photos came to be.
I took them around 6 p.m. to 6:15 p.m because the sun is nearly behind the mountain at this time, and the light isn't too harsh. This period is known as the "golden hour."

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FUJIFILM XA3|1/1200 s| f/11 | 135 mm | ISO 100.

I found some roadside weeds, lowered my camera angle, and adjusted my focus point on these plants, with the light in the background.

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FUJIFILM XA3|1/1200 s| f/11 | 135 mm | ISO 100.

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FUJIFILM XA3|1/800 s| f/11 | 135 mm | ISO 100.

Despite the fact that the sun was nearly below the mountain, I still had to use a fast shutter speed and a small aperture of 11. If I had an ND filter, the sun would be bigger.

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CANON 700D |1/1000 s| f/12 | 55 mm | ISO 100.

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FUJIFILM XA3|1/800 s| f/11 | 135 mm | ISO 100.

I am really pleased with the outcome. What are your thoughts on these images? Please let us know which one is your favorite in the comments section below. Thank you for reading and supporting me. Have a nice day!

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