Sunsets (C&C)

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  1. EleanorW

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    First time taking shots of sunsets, or being out in the light when it's getting darker for that matter. Any suggestions on what I could do better will be appreciated.

    1: f9, iso 100, 1/200

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    2: f5, iso100, 1/500

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    3: f10, iso100, 1/80

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    I think they're gorgeous, but they all seem to be underexposed.
     
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    I struggled with my exposure levels last night - too many people talking to me telling me different things when I was trying to remember what I was supposed to do :D I can lighten them up a bit.. this is how they came off the camera.
     
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    if they are untouched, right from the camera, i think they are pretty darn good!!! nice work. sure they are a little dark, but overcomeable (is that even a word :) )
     
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    i think they are really nice. like the colors of the sky

    when dealing with landscapes, exposure is really difficult. expose the sky the land gets underexposed, expose the land the sky is all blown up.

    Try getting 3 exposures and blend it up to get proper exposures of both land and sky :D
    that is if you want them all exposed properly :D
     
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    love the sky in all three pictures.
    i guess Sony's even though dropped can still take good pictures ;)

    your camera is a tough cookie
     
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    Thanks everyone :)... even you choudhry lol :D
     
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    no problemo - anytime ;)
     

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