Frozen Stone

One one of my failed attempts to catch a sunrise in February at Presque Isle’s Black Rocks in Marquette, Michigan, I ended up instead playing around with some shots of the ice and snow. It was at sunrise, but the cloud cover kept it very dark, so I had to use exposures of at least 2 seconds which resulted in some different “feels” in the light. At first I was tempted to adjust the coloring in Photoshop, but I decided I liked the shift toward blue because it conveyed the cold I felt while there a little more accurately. 

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Camera Settings

F-stop: f/20
Exposure: 2.5 seconds
ISO: 100
Focal Length: 109