Sunset

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  1. Peter K

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    Greetings, Peter.

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  2. Zhieson

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    I really like your second shot.

    How do you like that lens? I'm thinking about getting the same one.
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That is ONE pretty sandcastle!
    And yes, hey, the sunsets were wonderful, too.
    And you captured them really well! Double sun, one in the sky, one on the water in 2.
     
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    nicely done......:thumbup:
     
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    Arkanjel Imaging No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    That top shot is sweet. Love the way the path leads me into the pic but Im still drawn to the off-center (nice!) Sun. Even caught the token seagulls. :thumbup:
     
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    Very good!
     
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    Not bad at all, nice sunset. Both shots seem slightly underexposed to me, not only the foreground but the sky as well. Obviously a brighter exposure would leave some of the area around the sun burnt out, but maybe this is preferable. I would also tone down the vignette in the 1st one, as it only adds to the impression of under-exposure.
     
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    mwcfarms No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Very nice shots, question are you using any filters with these or doing most in post?
     
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    Both are nice shots, prefer the 2nd one to the first.
     
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    Beautiful! I don't like the vignette in the first one, though; it conflicts with the sun.
     
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    These are HDR-shots, 5 pics 1 EV difference. Postprocessing with Photomatix Pro and Adobe Photoshop Elements.
    Made the pics in Belgium, coastline near the port of Sea-Bruges.

    @Zhieson: the Sigma 10-20mm is a great lens. Actually my favo lens. :thumbup:
     
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    those are some awesome shots
     

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