Need some help with Golden Hour photography

Started Aug 8, 2012 | Discussions thread
Jigsawn
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Re: Need some help with Golden Hour photography
In reply to calson, Aug 11, 2012

Yes I've found the "sweet spot" on my lens is actually around f11 for sharpness, and that works if I focus in the foreground or use infinity focus.

I have tried autobracketing but as I mentioned above it's hard to get it sharp as I don't have a remote trigger. When you autobracket how far apart in stops are your exposures? I have a wide range of option on the camera from half a stop to 3 stops or more.

Another golden hour photography question. On overcast days or crap weather days does the light quality still apply in the golden hours - or is there no point in getting up early/going out late when the weather isn't going to be sunny?

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