Oracle at Night

Oracle at night

Exposure: 120s
Aperture: f16
ISO: 200
Lens: 18-105 @21mm

Yesterday night a storm was headed towards the bay area. After getting my camera, this is the first time I’ve seen an enormous amount of clouds formation around here. I was hoping that during the sunset, I could get some colors from the clouds. Unfortunately by the time we headed out, it was late to get those. It had even started to drizzle and I had almost dropped the idea of going out, but my friend pushed for it and I’m so glad he did.

First stop was at the City Hall to get some shots of the clock tower. After that we headed to our office which is pretty close-by and this picture turned out pretty well out of the five. The amount of blue was so much that I had to actually turn out down a little in processing.

Rains are predicted for the entire week and I’m hoping that I get to see some cloud formation during sunrise and get some shots of it. So lets see how that goes.

Note: All my pictures are links to flickr and anybody can see the exiff information for it. But a lot of my friends prefer that I update it here and so I’m now making it a habit to put the most important ones. If you need to know anything else, then let me know.

7 thoughts on “Oracle at Night

  1. Ulhas, this one is a single exposure. I do mention if its a HDR or not. Off late, I've been taking quite a few bracketed exposures, but just haven't got the mood to HDR them yet šŸ™‚

  2. You guys!!Whats with the greek and latin-HDR,bracketed exposure,lights etcetc!!Remember-there are people like KKS out there who havent still figured the on/off button on the camera..Have some consideration:D!!

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