Tanker at sunset

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  1. Adour

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    My flight was cancelled but I caught this before the sun went down:

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    Thank you for looking,

    LJ
     
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    dxqcanada Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Nice.

    I like.
     
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    Wow i really really like this one it is awesome.
     
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    I like this, the sky is amazing... but I think you went overboard with the saturation. Just my personal 0.02, though.
     
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    Very nice. I'm curious to know how much saturation was applied too. We've had some sunsets here lately that looked just like that, no saturation necessary. I'm going to bet you didn't saturate it much at all.
     
  6. Adour

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    Thank you for the commens,

    no saturation was applied PP at all (my D40 is set to + for saturation though). I tweaked the curves to bring out the yellows and define the purples better; the sky really did look like that :)

    LJ
     
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    the guy pushing the cart is an awesome touch. really gives a great vibe
     
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    Glad you mentioned that. I didn't really catch him (too dark) so I checked my monitor cal and it was off.
     
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