In photography, the “golden hour” is the time right after sunrise or right before sunset in which sunlight is warmer and softer — a look that’s valued by landscape and portrait photographers.
Photographer Lucan Coutts is quite obviously a fantastic photographer not only from his beautiful vistas, but from his conceptual work too. It's not often that we see conceptual landscape or cityscape photography, but when it happens it's often absolutely jaw dropping as the process involves the skill of both capturing and creating instead of one or the other.
Shooting Cityscapes at night can be a great hobby for photographers and civilians alike, the city never moves, it’s always available to shoot and you can do it at your leisure. During the day and during the night you can take some breathtaking images that will capture the attention of your viewers.
I am lucky enough to live near the Pacific Ocean, and I was always fascinated by the beauty of the nature, especially during fleeting sunsets. To catch just the right moment for the photo; especially if you need clouds in the sky; takes some preparation, equipment and luck.
I became a bit lazy, I did not go to the sunrise, but instead, whenever I had the opportunity, I escaped, and I spent the sunset with my camera by my favorite places. Results below!