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An Ominous Sunset

I captured this nature portrait in my backyard on March 8th, 2017. On this day, I had a new lens that I was testing it. I originally captured this scene in color, but decided to convert it to black and white due to a lack of colors in the sky. I chose this split-toning color because it gave the scene an eerie appearance. I wanted to capture the outlines of the trees because creates great contrast with the sky and the sun, as well as adding random patterns and lines. I also like how the sun was subtly shining through the tree line since its a source of light surrounded by a dark subject.

Printed on Hahnemühle German Etching paper. Limited to 150 productions per size.

Framed prints are available in 20" x 16", 30" x 24", 40" x 30", and 50" x 40" sizes.
Copyright
Copyright © 2017 Steven P. Guinn. All rights reserved.
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5000x4000 / 26.2MB
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I captured this nature portrait in my backyard on March 8th, 2017. On this day, I had a new lens that I was testing it. I originally captured this scene in color, but decided to convert it to black and white due to a lack of colors in the sky. I chose this split-toning color because it gave the scene an eerie appearance. I wanted to capture the outlines of the trees because creates great contrast with the sky and the sun, as well as adding random patterns and lines. I also like how the sun was subtly shining through the tree line since its a source of light surrounded by a dark subject.<br />
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Printed on Hahnemühle German Etching paper. Limited to 150 productions per size.<br />
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Framed prints are available in 20" x 16", 30" x 24", 40" x 30", and 50" x 40" sizes.