Iowa Sunsets

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  1. Jayson Prentice

    Jayson Prentice TPF Noob!

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    Over the past 3 days, I've gotten out to take some photos and have been rewarded with two fantastic sunsets last night and on Sunday night. Any questions about them and/or comments are always appreciated...


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  2. Big Mike

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    I think the first three would benefit from a crop much closer to the horizon, similar to how the last few are.

    I think the first one is my favorite.
     
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    ^^ I agree with the Oiler's fan. The first one, cropped down, would be (even more) beautiful. The second one might work well cropped into landscape mode, with less sky on top, less dark ground on the bottom, but keep the killer cloud action, the slope and the tree.

    Nice pics.
     
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    Thanks for the tip, yes I know in the first one there really wasn't much else going on except for the grass and that it would look better with the cropping now that it was mentioned to me.
     
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    I like all of the shots, but #5 is spectacular. I agree about the others needing crop.
     

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