Did you know that you can change the color of a sunset (or any subject) by changing the white balance on your camera? Try using a setting that you know would not be suited for your photo, such as using the flash setting when you are not using one at all. I read about this in Bryan Peterson’s book, “Understanding Exposure”.
On the evening that I wrote about here I decided to try this, and changed from auto white balance to tungsten. This change gave the whole scene such a lovely blue tint, almost an early morning look.
Petersen’s book is excellent, and I highly recommend it. Do you have a favorite photography book you’d like to tell us about?