The blue hour is the period of twilight when the sun is at a significant distance beyond the horizon and residual, indirect sunlight takes on a predominantly blue shade, It’s one of my favorite times to capture long exposure images. Not only is one able to increase shutter exposure, due to low light levels, but because there are much fewer people awake, settings always seem more peaceful.
In this twenty-second exposure from our “Landscape Gallery”, magnificent colors are captured from Jeanette’s Pier, in Nags Head, as the blue hour ends.
Images printed on archival, fine art. photo rag paper, or stretched fine art canvas w/twelve pigment based inks and chroma-optimizer.
Prints include acid-free gator board,
Canvases include 3/4″ Stretcher Bars w/1/2″ bracer bar on canvas’ over 24″.
Hardwood frames include UV protectant, anti-reflective (standard), or conservation glass. conservation cotton rag matboard, dust cover and hangers.