Snap a su­per sun­set and send it in

Central and North Burnett Times - - LOCAL NEWS -

EV­ERY af­ter­noon there is a stun­ning sun­set over the Bur­nett.

And bud­ding pho­tog­ra­phers will be ea­ger to cap­ture them on film af­ter learn­ing new tricks at a pho­tog­ra­phy work­shop.

The ABC Open: Your Best Blue Skies and Sun­sets tu­to­rial at the Gayn­dah Art Gallery at­tracted en­thu­si­asts from Biggen­den and Mun­dub­bera keen to im­prove their skills be­hind the lens.

Tu­tor Brad Marsel­los said that to cap­ture a sun­set, it was im­por­tant to make sure your hori­zons were level, and to frame the photo in an in­ter­est­ing way.

An­other tip was to make use of our Bur­nett River and try to get re­flec­tion shots of the clouds above.

A tri­pod will help keep your im­age sharp when there is low light, but it’s not es­sen­tial in get­ting a fan­tas­tic im­age.

With Christ­mas so close it’s a great time to take out the cam­era and see how cre­ative you can get.

The Cen­tral and North Bur­nett Times loves get­ting sub­mis­sions from our read­ers, so be sure to take plenty of snaps over the hol­i­days and email them to gayn­dah@cnbtimes.com.au.

Photo: Bran­don Livesay

SET­TING SUN: We want you to send us your best sun­set pics over the hol­i­days.

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