First Sunrise Photo with New Camera (C&C Please)

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  1. AgentDrex

    AgentDrex No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I LOVE MY NEW CAMERA!!!! All-caps a must when stating that!

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    Just a tad adjustment in color would bring out a more dramatic shot. It is nice tho. Have fun with the new camera.:thumbup:
     
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    AgentDrex No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    You're free to edit this and post the result if you wish...
     
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    Btw, why did you choose to hide the sun behind the tree ? It did create a nice silhouette though..
     
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    My edit is close to Kalni's
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    The two edits seem to lack the saturation that is typical for this level of sunset, which is probably what attracted the OP to the scene. Way too bright imo. If you just look at the blue section of sky, it almost reads as full day light.
     
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    Okay then how about this -

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    I stand by my original edit, if anything a bit more saturation is needed. Also I've seen blue skies like this during a sunrise.
     
  9. o hey tyler

    o hey tyler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Because if there was direct sunlight going into the camera lens without any kind of modifiers, the photo would have been terrible and lacking contrast... Unless you like TEH LENZ FLAIR.

    But since he did position the tree in the line of sight of the sun, it made for a nice silhouette, and it benefited compositionally from it.

    'dats why.
     
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    Never mind tyler, I just noticed I had answered by own question :)
     
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    love the edit absolutely amazing
     
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    Maybe this?
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