beach sunset C&C

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  1. nuvolari

    nuvolari TPF Noob!

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    a beach close to my home, C&C appreciated.

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    Whoa! Havent posted on here in awhile hah :D. I like this photo, Im a sucker anything dealing with the beach & sunsets hah. Youre horizon is slightly tilting leftward though and you could probably clean up that bit of flare in the center easily. Did you use exposure blending for this?
     
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    Beautiful shot. If anything I would darken it a touch so that the trees on the right side would go more into silhouette.

    Good job!
     
  4. nuvolari

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    Yes, flash and some blending
     
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    I love the wood all around, but I might try and remove the footprint...I'm iffy on that.
     
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    I could stop my girlfriend from stepping around, in particoular when a couple of boar arrived to clarify that was their playground. I'll try to fix it with PS
     
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    Great shot
     
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    Great capture! I love the clouds. I agree with the rest with the foot print, not terribly distracting but could be removed without too much trouble.
     
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    I love this shot...
    I played around with it if you don't mind - and got the sun visible so it looks more like a sunset too - with an orange visible sun rather than a glare. Hope you don't mind.
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    I prefer the original to the "saturated" one....just my tastes though. I however think both, the original and the other member's rendition look great.
     
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    I like how the wood and sand appear in the saturated picture, and then I prefer the soft appearance of the ocean and sky in the original.
     
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    Thank you for the suggestions. I like the sand as well in the saturated version.
     

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