Blufftop Intensity

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  1. NJMAN

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    Taken a couple of days ago on top of the scenic bluff a few miles from my house. My 6 year old boy and 4 year old girl were in the back seat of the car snacking and cooling off and looking on as I shot away. C&C welcome and appreciated. Thanks for looking. :)

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    Thanks for looking! :)

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    Very nice! The only thing I don't like is the bit of blue sky on the bottom right. It may be natural but kind of strikes me as off somehow. Otherwise, beautiful :)
     
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    Beautifully exposed shot! Those gorgeous colours in the sky, the sun's rays, and that blue sky at the top, all combine to make a memorable photo.
     
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    Its all natural, but ya, I know what you are saying. Thanks for the nice comments Dmitri.

    Thanks much Anty! It means a lot. :)
     
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    Wow beautiful shot I like it alot....what was your settings?
     
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    Thanks rjack! This is a 3 exposure hdr from jpegs. Normally I have the aperture set to 8 or 9 for something like this, and so the shutter speed will vary a bit with the underexposure, normal exposure, and overexposure. But in this particular image, I had the aperture set to 3.5 for some reason, and shutter was around 1/1000. I have other shots where the aperture is much more narrow and the shutter much slower. Focal length 18mm and ISO 100. Thanks so much for the nice words. :)
     
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    The setting is very dreamlike which i love. The sun feels so warm and the whole image just invites you to look at it for a long time... Great!
     
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    Hey, thanks so much Mersad for pulling this old one back up. I'm glad you liked it. I keep an eye out for your stuff pretty often as well.

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