I drive past this location weekly and love how the scene changes with the seasons. This year the owners planted canola around the little house and it looks amazing. I have photographed this little house at different times of the year but a few weeks back I was driving past and noticed the last of the light from sunset illuminating the trees in the background. So I stopped and captured that. The result I wanted was to take the focus off the little house but still have it as a main feature of the image and I think the lightning on this occasion has allowed for that.
I captured this with my Canon 5Diii and 16-35mm lens. Settings were 1 sec, f16 iso 100. I did not use any filters or flash and used a trigger release cable. I chose these particular settings as I wanted to expose sufficiently for the foreground yet still retain some detail in the moon rising in the background. I had my camera set to auto white balance as I shot it in RAW and adjusted in post processing (Lightroom and Photoshop)
Equipment & Settings used:
Canon EOS 5D Mark III paire with the Canon 16-35mm lens
Shutter Speed: 1 sec
Edited in Lightroom and Photoshop
Kylie Gee from Indigo Storm Photography