Sunset....

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  1. Steel26

    Steel26 TPF Noob!

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    Does it matter that the edges of the sun are blown out.
     
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    I don't think it matters. I like it. :)
     
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    What was your setup?
     
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    f/8
    1/1250 sec

    That was on my d70 using my sigma 28-300
     
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    1/1250 of a second? wow I cant believe the shot came out. What ISO were you using? Its tough to not have a blown out sun unless the rest of the picture is overly dark. Looks good though.
     
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    It is normal for the sun to get blown out, even when it is this low, I think. I don't recall any of my sunset photos that did not have the sun blown out. Even when very low and orange, it is still a very, very bright object!
     
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    iso 200
     

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