Sedona Sunsets and Creeks

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  1. Milo_Azar

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    Sedona Arizona in April!

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  2. astrostu

    astrostu I shoot for the stars

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    Looks like you have some significant dust issues in the third one and a lens flare in 5 and 6. Otherwise 3 and 4 are my favorite.
     
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    Cool photos. What a great location.
     
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    I've seen the first few before... But I am not sure where. Perhaps it's just a popular place to stand...
     
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    I like 1 and 4 the best, you got the "glow" we get around here. The sunsets could really pop if you do a little adjusting in Photoshop. Sedona is a great place to shoot. It's interesting to see your pix, and say to myself, "I know where that is, and I know where that is."

    I live in the Sedona area, you can see some of my images at Stock Photos Arizona - Home

    Have Fun,
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    Thank you guys! I thought I cleaned up the dust issues in picture #3, but I guess some slipped past me. I am still learning how to use Photoshop, so any advice you guys can give is much appreciated!

    Astrostu & Jeff- Your photos are Beautiful!!! I was looking at yours (Jeff) and saying the same thing as you "I know where that is." I just have to figure out how to deal with the flare and play a little more with Photoshop.

    Thanks everyone for the comments!

    Jason
     
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    The first and last are my favorite. The lighting is excellent. That sun glare can make things difficult I know!
     
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    Thanks for the compliment.

    Flare is always tricky. I use a lens hood, and sometimes my hand, but there are time you just have to wait for the sun to move.

    Have Fun,
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  9. Milo_Azar

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    Thanks Mobius! Those are my personal favorites as well! Your Pics are beautiful! I love your Lightning in Colorado Springs! That is something that I really want to get a shot of, just haven't had my Camera handy when the Monsoon's roll through. Thanks for the compliments!

    Jeff- I do use a hood most of the time, unfortunately on the ones with the worst glare I didn't have the hood for that lens. Just have to figure out how to fix it with Photoshop.

    Thanks Again!
     

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