Bored? Throw me some C&C on Glades Sunsets

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  1. Sirashley

    Sirashley TPF Noob!

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    Alright, I was out in the Glades the other night and caught a nice sunset. I'm still learning how to properly expose when the lighting gets tricky. C&C is greatly appreciated and I thank you for your time. Shots were taken with a Nikon d200 and a 18-70 Nikor. Also, if anyone cares to explain the metering systems in the d200 and which of these work best for given situations, feel free...LOL... thanks again

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    I like the 3rd the best, you can really see the colors and you can see the shape of the sun.
     
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    Cool thanks, that one is my fav too, I like the sky in it. I'm just looking for opinions and I am curious how others would approach shooting this, especially in terms of metering...
     
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    DScience No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like one the best, but I think it would be really good if you created more of a silhouette so the black really contrasted against the colorful sunset. The plants on the left of the picture add nice DOF to the picture.
     

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