Sunset pics from Oregon and Berkley

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  1. Restomage

    Restomage No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Took a trip up to Oregon to visit my Aunt/Uncle who live on 100 acres and took a few pics of their farm. On the way back we stopped at Berkley, CA to view the campus and have dinner. Please C&C!

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    love em
     
  3. Yemme

    Yemme No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice... I like them.
     
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    You have some problems in pictures 1 and 2. Here are a couple links to the images with a red brush selecting the area's. If you're using photomatix, light smoothing on high is causing you the problem I think. Some one correct me if I'm wrong ?



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    pic 2: http://img9.imageshack.us/i/hdr2bad.jpg

    Other then that, you have beautiful pictures :thumbup:

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  5. FavillePhoto

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    Wow, I love the fish-eye. We bought a fish-eye lens, but on the Rebel XSI (which isn't a full-frame) it isn't very well pronounced. We took the lens back, and we're going to wait until we get the full frame.

    I really liked the second one.
     
  6. Gaerek

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    Pick up the Sigma 8mm fisheye. It's cheaper than a full frame camera, and it'll give you a great fisheye effect, even on a cropped frame sensor.
     
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    Wow, thanks for the tip. I'll check that out. =]
     

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