How about a sunSET this time?

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by EasternSierra, Feb 27, 2009.

  1. EasternSierra

    EasternSierra TPF Noob!

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    I usually don't get out of work early enough to catch the sunset at this time of year, but today I did. I MUCH prefer sunset to sunrise. I'm just not a morning person.

    Anyhow, a couple photos from this evening's sunset. Hope you enjoy!

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    f/22; 1/3; ISO 100

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    f/22; 1/2; ISO 100

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    f/22; 1/6; ISO 100

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    f/22; 1/8; ISO 100

    Olympus E-520; Zuiko 14-42mm lens.

    Thanks for taking the time to look! I appreciate your input!
     
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    4thirds_dude TPF Noob!

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    The photos look very good, although slightly underexposed on several.

    I use an Olympus Four-Thirds camera too (if you couldn't tell, lol)...my 2 cents would be, you might consider making f/11 the farthest you stop down for landscapes, etc (unless you really needed to drop the shutter speed). With the 4/3ds smaller sensor size, an f/16-f/22 tends to make the images a little soft if you print enlargements.
     
  3. skiboarder72

    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    yea why are you shooting at f/22 for these? should be around f/8 where your lens is probably its sharpest, not bad pictures though!
     
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    they look good, I think the composition could be improved though
     

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