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  1. nate_mcnasty

    nate_mcnasty No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    here is one of my pics of the sun setting in my back yard i was wondering how i could make it look any better

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    thanks nate
     
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    i made it look soft dose that looks bad for this type of photo?
     
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    No, it looks pretty good actually. Bad tilt in the photo though.
     
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    Nice. I like it the softness of it.

    I noticed the tipped horizon too.

    Nice back yard. :)

    dan
     
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    thank you! is what settings do you guys normally use for sunsets?
     
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    my mind is wondering how cool this one would look if you reshot it in landscape and dropped the camera lower to the ground.

    oooo :drool:

    i really like this one too though.
     
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    i don't understand what you mean by shoot it in land scape
     
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    Turn the camera back so it's horizontal, not vertical.
     
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    that's what i though you meant

    well your in luck

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    second is WAY better than the first, just beautiful!
     
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    the second one is suppose to have a different look than the first one thats why i didn't post it
     
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    It's much more aesthetically pleasing
     

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