Sunrise

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  1. doenoe

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    Well, this is my first sunrise ever. Did some sunsets, but sunrise.....totally new :)
    Was underway to work and saw some amazing colors in my car mirrors. So i stepped on the gas and got at my work. There i parked the car and grabbed my cam. I was just in time and got these shots. Was rather lucky the cloud was there, looked pretty cool. I tried to make some shots to make an HDR shot. But i forgot to put the camera on RAW............also, i didnt have a tripod and the camera moved a little bit during the shooting. So no HDR for now, maybe tomorow.
    Anyways, here they are
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    i like the sunburst more in #2, but I like how the trees/mist are more prevalent in #3... you definitely captured the mood of a sunrise well... :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice. Great first sunrise.
     
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    Heya, Daan, congrats on your first sunRISE photos. Good that the sun doesn't rise too early these day, eh? ;)

    Very nice one, I think I like the one with the tiny bit of sunburst best. Lovely sky... be thankful for that cloud :D!!
     
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    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I like the lot
    but the 2nd gets my vote
     
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    I preffer no 2 aswell.Ive been trying to get a shot like this for a long time.A real postcard shot.What settings did you use?
     
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    These shots are awesome. I can't even pick a favorite.
     
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    I love the composition of 3 but the cloud in 1 and 2 are really nice.
     
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    Thank you all very much :D
    I like #2 best too, its the sunburst that makes it i think.
    And for settings ISO200, 1/1000, F8

    We had the most beautifull colors in the sky this evening. I did have my camera with me, but i was in a rush. Had to pick up our dog and i was allready 20 minutes late. Bummer, but im just gonna hope that we will get somewhat the same sky again tomorow...................really really hope :)
     
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    Very nice! Wonderful atmosphere. Maybe a smidge underexposed, but it's hard to get those sunsets right. I love the misty trees in no. 3.
     
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    Beautiful pics, and the cloud really adds a lot. #2 is my fave. Hope you get your HDR shots...would love to see 'em.
     
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    Last one for me, very nice shot.
     

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