I have been interested in photo-graphy since I was a small child. I remember telling myself that regardless of the career path I eventually chose, I would always make time for photography as a hobby. The fad for photography continued to grow from year to year, and I began to educate myself on the subject around that time; however, the epidemic eventually occurred. I could only shoot in a few locations in my town, so I got into the habit of doing sunset photography and started sharing photos of the same sunset taken from the exact location but various perspectives.
When I first got the chance to utilize a DSLR camera, that was actually when I started getting interested in taking pictures of silhouettes at sunset. I was very interested in using it and thought that it would be a game changer for me if I had a camera. However, I was aware that my family could not afford college fees and a DSLR at the same time, so I borrowed a camera from a friend to learn how to use it and then purchased a camera for rent. I continued to take pictures of the sunset. Still, I knew I desperately needed my own camera to get better at this, so I decided to purchase a camera using EMI. When I did, I thought, “This is the moment I’ve been waiting for…” From that point on, I moved forward and tried to get better and better. People on Instagram also assisted me by sharing my photos. As a result, I was featured in an Italian magazine, the show Sukkiri in Japan, a German show, the website of ESPN, and four different newspapers in the United Kingdom.
My prior post is available on Bored Panda if you’re interested.
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Removing the Sun and allowing the Moon to shine
On the day of the full moon in February, before the sunset, I captured the first two images, which show that she is putting the sun on a scooter. Then the moon rose just after sunset, and the sky was neither too bright nor too dark, so it was the ideal condition to capture a silhouette with the moon. It has always been a goal of mine to combine the sun and the moon into a single piece of artwork, and I was overjoyed when I finally managed to do it.
A day before the very first full moon of the year 2021. The lighting was perfect for taking pictures of the moon’s silhouette, and we found this long stick nearby, so we used it to take these pictures.
Caught A Star
It was low tide, so we just moved closer to this boat. We discovered upon arrival that it was positioned to allow us to snap a photo with the sunset, which gave me an idea. After looking around the boat for a stick with a net, we came across this stick with a bounty on it.
50 Shades Of Sunset
A collection of fifty different sunsets taken over ten months.
Keep the things that bring you joy close to you.
I attempted to photograph a moon silhouette for the first time in December. Still, I messed up a lot, and I had to wait about a month for the moon to be in the same position before I could try again.
Chilling A̶t̶ With Sunset
This was shot in honour of lady days, and the caption was written by myself—women who have agency shed light on society.
“Since he stole the sun, I decided to steal it back myself.”
He promised himself he would have one bite, but he devoured the entire meal.
“Unloading” The Sun
“Kid” At Sunset
He took a picture of the beach and the sunset from his hat.
“Charged” Up By Sunset
I went to the beach with two of my other pals and cardboard cutouts of charging cables, which we attached with electric wire. These pictures were taken when nature created a breathtaking sunset for us to photograph.
“Pumping” The Sun
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