The Blue Hour occurs twice a day, just after sunset and just before sunrise. The light progression of the evening is the inverse of dawn.
The light during the Blue Hour provides a sense of tranquility that resonates with us as silhouettes and shapes drift from light to dark, or vice versa. A beginning and an end.
There is something extraordinary about experiencing the light during the Blue Hour.
Capturing Blue Hour landscape photos requires a little knowledge of light, weather, and gear.
Tomas Alvarez walks you through the necessary steps to achieving mind blowing Blue Hour landscape images in this free guide.
Here is what he covers:
- The types of light available during the Blue Hour
- How to use Blue Hour color
- Camera setup and optional equipment
- Processing Blue Hour images
- Experiments in Processing
Are you ready?
Photo Credit: Tomas Alvarez