Sunset on Foggy Plains.

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  1. shoedumas

    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    These are a couple from today's adventure. I shot some slides too, so when those get processed, I'll likely post them too.

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  2. Sebastian

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    The first on is very good!
    It seems to me very mystical.
    The only thing that`s missing is a knight who rides out of the fog...
     
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    v, nice work shoedumas
    two good images.

    i quite like idea of the pylons in pic2 - the second one is so faded its hardly there anyway, but the closer one does look a bit funny in that only the top half is legible (just my opinion)

    do you, or anyone else for that matter, ever worry about their sensor when taking pictures into a bright sun? i heard its not too good for its health... something about skin cancer i think!
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ah, that first one is so soft, everything is painted in muted colours, I really like that!

    The sky is interesting in the second, so are the reflections, but I am not quite so sure about the glaring white of the sun ... I kind of prefer the softness of Photo 1.
     
  5. shoedumas

    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    The lighting was actually very soft from the sun in pic 2. It was a little dark, so I had to slow down the shutter and open up my aperture as little as possible to keep a long DOF. That made the sun a bit of a blob, but a sacrifice had to be made. :(
    Thanks for the comments!
     
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    I like the 2nd more :) great reflection :mrgreen:
     
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    perylousdemon TPF owns my soul...

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    That second shot is absolutely stunning! I even like that power line tower you can see. It sort of adds that touch of "man vs. nature." Awesome job.
     
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    how did u get such large and high quality shots? big digi cam?
     
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    #1 is beautiful
     
  10. shoedumas

    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    Thanks so much guys.
    Myopia, I have a Pentax K100D, 6.1MP DSLR, so it turns out some decent images.
     

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