Sunset @ Corona Del Mar/ Horizon shots

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  1. THORHAMMER

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    Just got a little time to take a few shots almost didnt make it before sundown.

    I could spend a lot of time down there learning !!!! Everything was full manual either partial, or evaluative metering like F18-F20

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    Nice shots :D love the colours in them
     
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    Awesome pics :D
     
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    Very nice work, I'm really liking #2 and #3 for their brilliant color and shadow detail. Beautiful!!
     
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    Thanks again !!!! Im going back next wekend to do a round #2!!!
     
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    You got a much better sunset in CDM than we did at Point Fermin today. Nice work!
     
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    Just a friendly bump cause it seemed to fly to the bottom so super fast...
     
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    Cool, I like #3
     
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    I love the 4th shot.. what exposure did you use for these?? If you have a chance at a scene like 4 again, try f16 at 4-8 secs, and let the water blurr to a fog., might be cool.
     
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    Looks like you saw/captured a spectacular sunset.
     
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    I forgot my polarizer @ home, and after the sun went down I took off the ND filter..... these were at like f16-f20 Im gonna go back and stack the ND with the polarizer and then Ill be totally set, if it doesnt rain this weekend im going back.... anyone else in California near corona del mar IM me we can do a group thing that would totally rock !!!!!!!!!
     
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    #3 is the best IMO, your horizons could use a bit of a tilt for leveling in 1 and 2.
     

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