The Sunlit Trail

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  1. invisible

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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Very beautiful image Invisible, has the nice summer/spring warm tones and the dirt track is easy to see lol. How'd you get the sun to have even rays like that and in a perfect circle?
     
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    thats what you call a perfect sun!
     
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    Realy nice capture of the warm colors. Very tranquil.
     
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    I used the smaller aperture that allowed me to shoot handheld (f/14 in this case). It really helped that the sun was coming through the trees. Even though the lens I used is very prone to flaring (a Tokina), for whatever reason there was just a bit of flare on this one.

    Thanks everybody for your comments!
     
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    a little more color contrast on the trees and light sharpening would really make this pop, but overall this is a nice capture
     
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    nice sun star..when i shoot in the woods i always try to get a sun star..sun stars are really simple to make but their cooooolll
     
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    I suck at PP badly, so feel free to play with the image and post your result.

    Thanks bitteraspects and thirdkid for looking and commenting.
     

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