Fire in the Sky

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  1. Nikon Fan

    Nikon Fan TPF Noob!

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    Went to the lake tonight to catch the sunset...so far this is the only one I'm done with, so stay tuned for more shots....

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    um.. WOW! Amazing! Great forground frame!
     
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    Like I said, an amazing shot everyday! This is beautiful, you have a great knack for sunsets.
     
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    Utterly great shot. I am curious, how did you break up the sunset and create a straight line on the water. Beautiful job.

    Ron
     
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    Sweet Jebus, Amanda. What Joe said! What do they put in the water up there! :D
     
  6. Nikon Fan

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    Thanks everyone :)
    Ronshebar- I think you must be referring to the horizon line...the level where I was standing breaks up the water and the trees behind, and the way the sun reflected upon it created that effect. I did sharpen this in PS using a USM to help it a bit...
    Scott-I try not to drink the water around here, but a Coke always does me good :lol:

    Thanks again!!!!
     
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    I'm starting to get jealous Amanda. Excellent job.
     
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    :lol: Thanks Ghoste!!!
     
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    WOW!!!! killer shot. I really love this one. This is one for the frame for sure. Nice work.!! :hail:
     
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    The colour is really warm and I like it with the dark trees but why is the reflection of the sun so long and straight across the water and so white, almost whiter that the sun itself. Is this just how the camera captured and recorded it or is that how it really looked to your eye?
     
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    Another beautiful shot amanda. Can't wait for the others. I'm a Sunrise/Sunset lover !
     
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    what an amazing photog you're turning into! beautiful work Amanda!
     

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