The Sunrise, The Moon, The Palms and The Pool

One day we actually set our alarm to wake up in time for sunrise on the beach.  We had to walk past the hotel pool in order to get to the path to the beach when I saw this and knew I had to capture this wonderful moment.  It was the best sunrise of our stay as the other days the sky wasn’t as alive.  This is an example of high ISO when you are shooting hand held in a low light situation.  The ISO for this shot is 5K and while in the past this would’ve made one horribly noise filled image, today’s modern cameras can handle this and higher without too much damage to the image.  Some people even like a certain amount of noise in their images for that old film effect.  Plus, there are so many noise reduction programs and other ways to reduce noise in Photoshop and Lightroom.  What was important to me was capturing this oh so brief moment in time no matter what the ISO was.

It and the rest of the shots we took that morning were worth getting up at 5:30 in the morning on our vacation.  I will share the color version with you tomorrow.

Shot details:

F3.5 – ISO 5000 – 1/40 – 35mm – Canon 5D MarkIII

 

 

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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8 Responses to The Sunrise, The Moon, The Palms and The Pool

  1. Timothy Price says:

    You get up to to see the sunrise and get a great photo. This is a really wonderful photo.

  2. Indeed the ability of newer camera to deal with high ISO is quite amazing. Nice shot and I understand why you just had to get this image..

  3. DelBlogger says:

    yes, that shot was definitely worth an early wake-up call – beautiful!

  4. Mark Myers says:

    That is gorgeous. I can picture Humphrey Bogart walking out for a smoke.

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