Being published matters. This very true message is motto of Camerapixo – one of the best online photography magazines featuring best and most talented photographers. Being published can greatly increase your exposure, can make you recognizable. But it’s simply also very cool to see your photo in a magazine 🙂
For the 6th time ever, Camerapixo team have published my photos in their just released Nature issue titled Infinite Perception. It’s really amazing to see 2 of my photos from Thailand (one landscape and one… wildlife) among images from such great artists as Wolf Ademeit, Felix Inden or Stian Klo. I love work of many of photographers featured in this very issue, some are among my favourite nature & landscape photographers in fact. Being featured with them is a really great honour. And something to boost my confidence as photographer as recently I started to doubt in my skills a little bit 🙂
If you would like to learn more about Camerapixo magazine (and I really recommend you do), visit their website here:
Daily photo – Sunset in Thailand
For today photo I decided to pick another sunset photo from Thailand (I have so many of them 🙂 ). This one is a single exposure image (that is, no HDR here). I simply exposed it to the right to preserve as much highlights as possible. Ok, I clipped whites a little bit but that was done on purpose as sun should be white anyway. I didn’t want to brighten up the shadows as dark shadows look more natural in this case, so noise in them wasn’t my concern.
I really loved the colours in the scene. They were ranging from cold bluish tones to very warm orange ones and there was even a touch of purple in the sky. I hope you will like it too.
And finally EXIF info for this image:
Camera: Canon 5D MK III (read my review)
Lens: Canon 16-35 f/4 L IS USM
Focal length: 34 mm
Exposure time: 1/60 s (“middle” exposure)
Number of exposures: 1
E.V. Step: n/a
Flash used: no
Technique: luminosity masking
Software: Magic Lantern, Lightroom 6, Photoshop CC 2014, Topaz Clarity, Topaz Detail