One evening while at Horseshoe lake in Ontario’s Parry Sound / Muskoka region I was watching the sky for possible sunset photography when I noticed the clouds were blowing by fairly quickly. Although there wasn’t much in the way of color, I thought the movement in the cloud formations would provide an interesting element to the composition that would make-up for the lack of stunning sunset colors. I knew that I wanted to record the forest at the edge of the lake as a silhouette to hide the boats and docks so I did not use a grad filter to even out the lighting. I exposed for the sky and allowed the forest to go black. An exposure time of 30 seconds recorded nice movement to the blowing cloud formations.
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Posted in Creative Visions, Horseshoe Lake, Landscapes, Muskoka, tagged blowing clouds, clouds, Horseshoe Lake, landscape photography, muskoka, nature photography, ontario, Parry Sound, passage of time, photography, stock photography, sunsets, time on August 1, 2011| 2 Comments »