Did someone say Skyline?

by Clariane Fernandez June. 18, 2020 671 views

When it comes to taking photos, you will never hear me complain about capturing one. Regardless if I have slept or not, you can bet I'd still be down. Sometimes you come up with cool ideas when you are sleep deprived!

Ferry Landing | Coronado, CA (2020)

Ferry Landing | Coronado, CA (2020)

Well, guess what! Sleep deprivation made me go out early in the morning which was about 4am. While everybody were still asleep, there I was taking photos of the San Diego skyline. I have always wanted to capture it, but I never had the chance since I live quite far from it. There's no skyline like this close by from where I live as well.

"H" | Coronado, CA (2020)

"H" | Coronado, CA (2020)

The way that the sunrise is reflecting against the water is what makes it magical. I am loving the lights reflecting on the water as well. This photo has so much drama in it.

Flying across | Coronado, CA (2020)

Flying across | Coronado, CA (2020)

Seeing the birds pass by and capturing there are quite challenging. It is more challenging to capture them at night due to the settings. Capturing moments at night is all harder in general.

Skyscrapers | Coronado, CA (2020)

Skyscrapers | Coronado, CA (2020)

Would you look at that skyline and background above! It was quite disappointing to not have enough time to actually wait for the sun to fully rise. But, this view is already worth the sleep deprivation.

Texture | Coronado, CA (2020)

Texture | Coronado, CA (2020)

If you would ask me if I would do this again, I would and in a heart beat. To capture photos at night, whatever the time is, it's important to have someone with you for you never know what you'll come across. So here's to more photos taken at night. The more I do it, the more confident I feel about it.—Claire

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Sri V 5 months, 1 week ago

Beautiful images. Well worth the effort grinning

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