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Hey everyone, I know I’ve been quite inactive this year on the blog, and to tell you the truth, this year has been the least amount of photography that I have done in my seven-year plus photography career.

The story about this photo:

Originally this was going to turn out to be just a normal blue hour photo of the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge with a section of the Austin skyline so I thought. However, some nice glow from sunset decided to stick around above the Lamar Boulevard Bridge, hence the title for this photo.

Thanks for looking. Please free to leave a comment.

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Single exposure with an added gradient filter in Lightroom, with the purpose of bringing out more of the glow from sunset in the left-hand side.

Austin Texas, Uncategorized

10 second exposure over Austin.

As the title indicates, this is a 10-second exposure of some fast moving clouds over the Austin skyline, which was taken just before sunset. This was shot from the same location that I took that blue hour photo from.

Would have preferred more movement in the upper-right hand corner, but ultimately at the end of the day, one needs to be happy with the results they come back with.

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Nikon D5200, 12-24mm Nikkor, f/8, 14mm, Promaster 77mm Variable Neutral Density Filter.


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Pfluger Pedestrian bridge and Gables Park Tower at sunrise.

This photo comes from July 2016, but the previous edits on this image never satisfied me until now. This image comes  from the Pfluger Pedestrian bridge with the Gables Park Tower apartments at sunrise.

Processing info:

Single exposure with Lightroom 5.7 and On1 Photo RAW 2018.


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First Street bridge and Austin before Dawn.

The first of two photos that I took underneath the First Street bridge, with the skyline of Austin Texas at pre-dawn.

For me, I like the variety of colors being dispersed throughout the sky of the image, along with the mirror like reflection of the skyline itself.

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