In October 2021, I spent a wonderful week with couple of friends doing photography in the fabulous Charlevoix region of Quebec. Early one morning we planned to head for the nearby McLaren Chapel. This white wooden building, built in 1902, is very close to the St-Laurence River Shoreline and faces the sunrise.
Arriving on the site, the row of rocks in the foreground caught my eye. The textured sky and the reflection on the water set off the subject perfectly. I installed my tripod and a ND filter to perform a 25-second exposure. My live time feature on my camera yielded a perfect histogram (ETTR) at these settings. When the sun rose a bit higher, I turned around and took pictures of the chapel behind me. What a special moment, and I was lucky to share it with my friends.
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