Settings: 1/60 s at f/2.0, ISO 200, 4.5 mm, -2 EV, Normal Mode, Pattern Metering.
This was taken just outside of my back door. The morning sky was just electric on this late fall morning and the colors went from dark to light from top to bottom. Amazing. It is not often that this happens and I am able to capture it.
The sun was bright so I had to dial down the exposure compensation to -2, which was as low as my camera would go. I shot it in RAW so I could recover the darkened foreground and building.
I upped the exposure value in my post-process and recovered the shadow detail in doing so. Some noise crept in, but it was not too bad and overall it turned out well.
I'm not sure how many sunrises we get to see in our lifetimes, but I loved seeing this one and hope to see much more like it!
December 7th, 2015
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