Early Mornings – When the God of Light Smiles on Photographers

I have to admit I love mornings especially at the weekend when places and people are still asleep. Waking up when it is still dark doesn’t bother me, in fact quite the opposite. Excitement and the unknown light, conditions, places and even the people I might encounter keep me on the go.

Whether you shoot in colour or in black & white, the early morning hours (especially at this time of year) provide you with all elements of a great photograph: changing and often diffused light, fog, dramatic clouds, mystical atmosphere. It is amazing how many times Mother Nature surprises me with yet another show of light, colours or patterns. In our previous post we shared with you images taken while dense fog dispersed into clouds. Today we would like to share more images shot in Vancouver but this time in colour.

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4 thoughts on “Early Mornings – When the God of Light Smiles on Photographers

  1. The early bird catches the worm

    Thanks Olaf for your inspiring articles.

    Kind regards from the Zeelandic flanders. Filip Cazaerck

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