In July, I was scouting rural roads of the Ste-Melanie region looking for beautiful compositions to take at sunset. The light appearing between the mountain and the clouds looked amazing, so I stopped and parked the car on the side of the road. I set up my tripod and installed my wide-angle lens. I was drawn to the many subtle layers of colours and the contrast of the elements in the frame. As I had doubts that my camera’s sensor had sufficient dynamic range to capture the scene, I used a 5-shot exposure bracketing to assure that I would have enough information to compose a final image in post-processing. Scouting in such an environment, on a cloudy day at sunset, offers great opportunities to capture beautiful images.
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