Yesterday, hopefully, to relieve the humidity and high temperature, we traveled down to Gooseberry island, hopefully, that the weather would be more comfortable by the ocean. Yes, the temperature was in the mid-70s with a pleasant breeze blowing. It was getting on towards sunset, and I decided to set up my camera to photograph the event and utilized the Pluto Trigger automatically to take an image every five minutes, to give me a series of images showing the changes in the sky as the sun set in the west.
My equipment included the Nikon D 810, Rokinon 24 mm f/1.4 lens set at f/14, on an Induro tripod and the Pluto Trigger http://www.plutotrigger.com?afmc=8d.
After I set up my equipment and took some test shots, I set the camera on aperture priority, F/14, I SO 200, and a -1 1/3 EV. Utilizing the Pluto trigger app on my iPad and press start, I then sat in my chair and watched
the unfolding sunset before me with the multiple changes in the color of the clouds and the sky. I photograph from about three-quarters of an hour before sunset to approximately 30 minutes after sunset. Many people see the color immediately after the sun sets, take a snapshot and leave therefore missing sometimes the best colors