Winter’s a great time for architecture photography – the sun is low in the sky and sets around 5PM, so you’re not out waiting for ages in the evening.
On the 7th February, I decided to capture the sunset in Leeds city centre – sadly the sky didn’t really go bright red, but we did get some clouds and a little texture to play with.
- All of these photos are taken with the :-
- 5D Mark 4
- Canon 24mm TS-e F3.5 L lens
- Cokin Z-Pro polariser
- Manfrotto 055 tripod and ball head
Many are HDR, most are vertical panoramic photos using the SHIFT function of the lens – so what you see are 6-9 images blended.
All processing in LIGHTROOM, Including HDR and panoramic merging.