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Sunrise Abandon



I take a lot of pictures of old houses during sunset, i thought i'd really mix things up and took this one at sunrise. ...
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I take a lot of pictures of old houses during sunset, i thought i'd really mix things up and took this one at sunrise.
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Contest Finalist in A Blast From The Past Photo Contest
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Broken Objects Photo ContestTop 20 class
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williamlowery
 
williamlowery January 13, 2016
great job, you have some outstanding photos
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RyanWunsch January 24, 2016
Thank you very much William.
john_arsenault
 
john_arsenault January 25, 2016
i like the implied dynamic of this image. probably within minutes, it will look and feel quite different.
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RyanWunsch February 07, 2016
Thank you, the scene was changing quickly.
jpsphotos
 
jpsphotos February 07, 2016
Fantastic composition!! I absolutely love your use of the starburst effect with the sun. Excellent job!! You have an excellent portfolio of work.
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RyanWunsch February 09, 2016
Thank you very much. I do like the starburst for many shots, it is tough not to do it for all shots at times.
frenchiepooh
 
frenchiepooh May 09, 2016
Amazing shot ... some of your shots reminds me of Robert Scott from Canada .. You are very talented WoW (Sublime)
sweetpea72 PRO
 
sweetpea72 February 17, 2017
Absolutely gorgeous!
Jefner89 PRO
 
Jefner89 December 09, 2017
Just amazing love that you captured remnants of the house leading up to it
ShellyBanai
 
ShellyBanai January 04, 2018
Love!!
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RegAupperle July 19, 2018
Awesome shot.. like the composure of this one the sun and the window frame laying on the grass. Old farm house that had out lasted its occupants. If those walls could only talk... :)

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Behind The Lens

Location
10 minutes from home, south of Leader Saskatchewan.
Time
Very early in the morning as the sun was rising.
Lighting
Morning light is always magical.
Equipment
Canon 6D and my 16-35mm lens.
Inspiration
I love this old house and wanted to shoot a sunburst at sunrise. I woke up early one day, and decided to go take the shot I'd been thinking of for a while.
Editing
This photo is 1 shot adjusted in raw. I boosted shadows, dropped highlights, added some clarity and saturation.
In my camera bag
I travel with Canon 6D and a 24-70 f/2.8 II as well as 16-35 f/2.8 II lens. I also carry a 7dmkII with 100-400 for any wildlife i might happen across.
Feedback
Splitting the sun behind and object with a narrow aperture causes the sun to flare like this. I really like that look, and incorporate the technique into many shots.

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