Sunset Daylillies

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  1. Scout

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    Here are a couple pics I took a few days ago at the beach. I went to the beach because it was a nice stormy day and all the clouds disappeared an hour before sunset! C&C always welcome and appreciated! I was using a Canon Xti w/50 mm lens.

    #1 f/6.3 1/200 sec ISO 100
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    #2 f/10 1/80 sec ISO 100 (on camera pop-up flash used for fill)
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    #3 f/6.3 1/500 sec ISO 100
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    Thanks for looking! :D
     
  2. Canosonic

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    #1 Look at #3
    #2 An interesting combination of closeup and sunset. Since the background is still overexposured then HDR would have helped.
    #3 I like it more than #1, because it's more warm and appealing to my (or the) eye.
    JMO
     
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    Nice images. As Canosonic notes, the second image would have been a really good one if the background was underexposed a bit more.
     
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    Howdy neighbor!! I love #1 -- I really enjoy the reflection of the sun setting on the leaves! I also love silhouettes!
    Which beach?
     
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    #2 is a nicely balanced composition, i don't mind that the background is overexposed, it's not really the background i want to look at
     

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