Golden Autumn Sunset

I have been a bit overwhelmed with photography jobs recently. So much so that I was starting to hate taking pictures. This past weekend I decided it was time to do something about it, after all, I’m only 17, way too young to be hating what I plan to do for the rest of my life.

I went down to Howth Harbour for the evening sunset or “the magic hour” as I believe it’s known in the photographic world.
Simply put, it was awesome. I always say I’m not into landscape photography, but whenever I do it I do quite enjoy it. I just have no clue what to ever do with the RAW files in post production. (This is one thing I actually really need to work on, I’ve gotten too comfortable with the presets I’ve made for Lightroom, I need to get a bit more adventurous to learn more processing techniques).

But anyway, I’m sure you’d love to see some of the shots. All were taken with a Canon 60D and Tamron 17-50mm F/2.8.




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Stuart Comerford

Award-winning photographer. Writer/Director of the feature film "The Kids Aren't Alright".

3 thoughts on “Golden Autumn Sunset”

  1. Hi Stuart, It’s great to look through all these different postings and see you trying out different approaches and techniques. I like the way you look at the world. You have a ”quick” eye and a feel for colour and drama. Many thanks for finding and following dragonshades.

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