There was a spectacular sunset taking place while I was walking home, so I took a little diversion through University Park to get a better look.
I’m not sure black and white is the best option for sunsets, but I think this works OK with the reflections on the lake.
I’m getting better at using the built-in camera functions on my iPhone. It isn’t the most feature-rich camera around, but you can adjust the exposure times a bit, so I made sure that I didn’t over-expose this one. It all turned out pretty dark and moody.
It’s been one of those days that hasn’t offered much time for photography. Luckily, there was a nice sunset tonight, which I captured with my iPhone.
I did some editing using the free Photoshop app on the phone but have since adjusted it some more in Picnik on Flickr. I think this version adds a bit more drama.
I’ve taken this same scene a few times. We have a nice view over the roofs of Beeston from our top floor and you can see the Radcliffe On Sour power station in the distance (though not very well in this photo)
There was an absolutely astonishing sunset in Nottinghamshire the other night. We were at home and I happened to see it out of the upstairs window.
I had no chance of getting my camera out and heading somewhere photogenic before the sunset disappeared so I got my iPhone out and too this photo.
I used one of the better photography applications (Camera Bag) to give it a bit more interest. I rather like how it came out. The sky was way more read than this – the iPhone has a RUBBISH camera and this is the best it could do.