Weekly 2

1. Read: The Golden Hour: The Golden Hour

2. Read: Blue light of dawn and dusk: Blue Light

3. As a comment to this post explain:

  1. At what times of day does the golden hour occur?
  2. What tips did you learn about photographing during golden?
  3. At what times of day is there blue lighting?
  4. What tips did you learn about photographing during blue light?

11 Comments on “Weekly 2

  1. 1. The golden hour occurs shortly after sunrise or before sunset.
    2. Know what time the golden hours are and prepare early since it can go by fast. Balance the exposure, use fill flash and set the color temperature.
    3. The blue hour occurs just before sunrise or after sunset.
    4. You have to use a tripod to take pictures, also make sure you plan ahead since it’s only a brief period of time. Balance th exposure and make sure the settings are right.

  2. 1. There is a golden hour during the sunrise and another at sunset. It lasts only an hour.

    2. I learned that the light during the golden hour isn’t nearly as strong as the light during the middle of the day. Due to this, the camera will be more susceptible to the blurring that results from camera shake.

    3. Approximately 20 minutes before the sun rises and 20 minutes after the sun sets, the sky color at the point of the rising or setting sun taken on a gradation of warm tones at the horizon and bleeds into cobalt blue the higher you look.

    4. Some tips I learned about photography during blue lighting is to make sure to bring a flashlight or headlamp powerful enough to light the way. At dusk and dawn is the best time to capture a great backdrop for many subjects because of the sky color reflected, the sky opposite the sun.

  3. 1. There is a golden hour during the sunrise and another at sunset. It lasts only an hour.

    2. I learned that the light during the golden hour isn’t nearly as strong as the light during the middle of the day. Due to this, the camera will be more susceptible to the blurring that results from camera shake.

    3. Approximately 20 minutes before the sun rises and 20 minutes after the sun sets, the sky color at the point of the rising or setting sun taken on a gradation of warm tones at the horizon and bleeds into cobalt blue the higher you look.

    4. Some tips I learned about photography during blue lighting is to make sure to bring a flashlight or headlamp powerful enough to light the way. At dusk and dawn is the best time to capture a great backdrop for many subjects because of the sky color reflected, the sky opposite the sun.

  4. 1. The Golden Hour is either right after sunrise or just before sunset.
    2. Tips I learned about photo taking during the golden hour is taking a photo with landscape position is very pleasing due to the fact that the colors are low and the landscape highlights and draws the attention to that part of the picture.
    3. The Blue Hour tends to be right after the sun sets.
    4. Taking photos with an outside light source like a street light during the blue hour makes for a more dramatic photo.

    Aaliyah Clark

  5. 1. There are two opportunities for Golden Hour photography, during sunrise and sunset.
    2. You need to plan ahead for a golden hour photoshoot since it is a short amount of time to get the lighting.
    3. Blue hours are at dusk and dawn (before sunrise and after sunset).
    4. Since the light at these times is so light and pastel, shadows, highlights and exposures are less work to deal with.

  6. 1. The Golden Hour occurs during both sunrise and sunset.
    2. Since the Golden Hour last for only one hour one must plan everything beforehand and make sure everything is prepared for it. Also you should bring a tripod and try experimenting with silhouettes.
    3. Blue light happens before dawn and after dusk and peaks 20 minutes before sunrise and 20 minutes after sunset.
    4. Keep in mind that there are two horizons which can be used; the side where the sun is and the opposite side. Get long exposure shots. Find a way to work around the darkness with soft lighting and knowing how to operate the camera in the dark. Tripods are also necessary.

  7. 1.The golden hour is one hour during sunrise and another hour during sunset.
    2.You should have a tripod for landscape shots. The light is not strong during the sunrise and sunset as opposed to 11:11 am. Also, a great time to take silhouettes.
    3.The blue hour is one hour before sunrise and another hour before sunset.
    4.Pictures have a special blue effect and soft light taken during this time.

  8. 1) the golden hour occurs shortly after sunrise or before sunset.
    2) the light is not bright in the golden hour so you need to bring a tripod for landscape shots.
    3)the blue hour occurs 20 minutes before sunset and 20 minutes after sunset.
    4)a locking cable release will help ensure sharp images as will a good sturdy tripod.

  9. 1) The Golden Hour is a period of time after sunrise or before sunset.
    2)Its a great time because of the angle the sun is at, and pretty shadows.
    3) The blue hour happens 20 minutes before sunset and 20 minutes after sunset.
    4) I learn t that tripods are very helpful, especially for scenes of landscapes.

  10. 1. The Golden hour happens after sunrise or before sunset.
    2. I learned that the light during the golden hour isn’t strong as the light during the middle of the day. If you balance the exposure, use fill flash handset the color temperature.
    3. The blue hour happens before sunrise and after sunset
    4. bring a flashlight or light,bright enough to light the way during the blue light.

  11. 1. There is a golden hour during the sunrise and another at sunset. It lasts only an hour.

    2. I learned that the light during the golden hour isn’t nearly as strong as the light during the middle of the day. Due to this, the camera will be more susceptible to the blurring that results from camera shake.

    3. Approximately 20 minutes before the sun rises and 20 minutes after the sun sets, the sky color at the point of the rising or setting sun taken on a gradation of warm tones at the horizon and bleeds into cobalt blue the higher you look.

    4. Some tips I learned about photography during blue lighting is to make sure to bring a flashlight or headlamp powerful enough to light the way. At dusk and dawn is the best time to capture a great backdrop for many subjects because of the sky color reflected, the sky opposite the sun.

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