plane landing into the sunset

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    please C&C. I might go to the airport next week and attempt a better one, so I'm happy for useful feedback!

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    choosing a differnet metering might have made it a better shot.
    this looks good too though
     
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    Your horizon is off. Make sure the pole on the right and the fence posts are straight.
     
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    I have a Nikon D90, it was on matrix. What mode would you take?
     
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    Cool shot - probably very hard to get done any better than this considering the light, time (the plane IS moving), angle, etc. Nice one
     
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    Not sure if its an illusion, but it feels like everything is twisted slightly clockwise. Other then that, really cool shot!

    If you shoot a little earlier in the evening, you might get a little more light to squeeze down the aperture for better DOF.
     

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