Sunsets of Edmonds, WA.

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Bill Anderson

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Wednesday evening (8-1-18, a palindromic date) I returned to Haines Wharf Park for more sunset shots. The air had cleared, resulting in the sun being less filtered than the last time I was there.

I switched around equipment, using the 7DII + 500L telephoto lens + 2x III teleconverter for more reach. For less noise at high ISO settings, I used the 5DIII + 24-105 L wide angle zoom with a circular polarizing filter that I had forgotten to take off from the day before.

I took these shots with the wide angle setup, using a tripod (for a change) to keep the horizon level and to steady the camera for HDR shots.
The Seattle-Chicago Empire Builder was running very late and to my good fortune, passed by at sunset. I hope the passengers felt the same.

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Bill Anderson

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Wednesday evening (8-8-18) from the plaza above the Edmonds library. Hot, smoggy days make spectacular sunsets.

1Dx + 100-400L II telephoto zoom, handheld

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Bill Anderson

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5DIII + 24-105L wide-angle zoom, tripod mounted. All but the last one were taken in HDR mode using natural setting.

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This one was not taken using HDR. Taken at 1/6', f/4.0, ISO = 1600, using a cable shutter release.

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