Summer is here

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  1. Fate

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    Nothing special :) Just saw a nice sunset and went for it

    1.) I took this one by underexposing a little and using my flash gun off my film slr to light up the forground abit

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    2.) Just liked the colours here

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    #1 is a very cool effect. I think i may have preferred the flash to be aimed a little differently. The dark bottom left bugs me a little, but overall it is a wonderful effect.

    #2 is also very nice with a nice color range of the sunset.
     
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    Pretty sunsets. I love the great colors.
     
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    Bump de la Bump :D
     
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    I like the idea of the first shot.. is there a tilt on purpose??

    looks cool.
     
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    There shouldt be a tilt.. i used a tripod... could just be relief of the ground.


    Thanks for your comments all :)
     
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    hey ... i like the setting in #1 but find the foreground/darkness to be too over powering IMHO i would say a pano crop could work here.
    i love the composition on #2, beautiful shot!
    thanks for sharing :)
     

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