Fire From the Sky

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by AussieFreelancer, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. AussieFreelancer

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    Haha, also known as another sunset pic...

    I was just out at a place in WA, Australia, called Hyden. They have this rock there that looks like a wave, which is pretty interesting, but... the sunset's from the top of the rock are a real treat.

    I remembered to take my tripod this time ;) but the 'quick release' part of it was still in the car!! Doh! So, this is the best I could do without a tripod. They look ok until you zoom in!

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    I didn't use any filters or any special lenses, just me, my camera and a rock to lean on! I really wish these had have come out clear. Ah well, you live and learn!

    Patrick

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    I usually try to keep everything possible in my camera bag, that way I can't forget anything... Sometimes I even leave the quick release on my camera and tote it around that way. Nonetheless, these are great photos. :)
     
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    Great shot, I love when the sky lights up like that. Was this an afterglow?
     
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    if after glow is what i think it is, then yes. The first pic you can see the sun just behind the clouds, the second one is just the glow from the sun. :)
     
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    Wow that's more than a sunset shot as you said it's a fire in the sky.

    Looks fantastic :D Well done!
     

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