Acadia Photo Group 6

This shows views from Cadillac Mountain, Schoodic Point, and Bubble Pond in Acadia National Park as well as a view from the public pier in Bar Harbor, Maine. Autumn and summer seasons are shown. Each of the following “numbers” represent a page of 9 photos.

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Schoodic Point in Acadia National Park
Acadia Hiking Trail in Bar Harbor, Maine
Sunrise in Acadia National Park, Maine
Sunrise view from Cadillac Mountain
Morning fog seen from Cadillac Mountain in Acadia
Sunrise in Acadia National Park
Bar Harbor, Maine sunrise
Lobster buoys and traps at sunrise
Next to Bubble Pond in Acadia National Park

Capturing Golden Images

Greg A. Hartford, photographer, author, publisherMost of my images were captured very early in the morning, or late in the afternoon, close to, during, or after the sunset. The reason is because of the colors present in those times. During peak sunlight times, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM, (more like 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM in Maine because it is so far East of the rest of the US), the light tends to have a bluish cast. Early morning light often has a golden glow. If you have ever wondered why the colors that you see in the early morning do not match the photos that you have, look no further than the camera setting called “White Balance.” If it is on “Auto” (as it often is), this will often remove color tints so that a white is a true white, rather than have a tint of golden color. Try setting it to “Daylight” or “Cloudy,” and see what happens to your sunrise images.

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