Yes,...A Sunset

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  1. Tuna

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  2. WNK

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    Very pretty. Where was this taken?
     
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    Wow!
    I really like the colour and composition on this one!
    It's a stunning sunset!!:thumbup:
     
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    wow, this is just a fantastic sunset pic, love everything about it :thumbup: :)
     
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    WOW, a saturated color photo from Tuna that different ;)and nice one at that, I like how the exposure is very even, my sunset tend to have both extreme over & under exposed areas
     
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    super exposure tuna...stunning sky and nice compo :D
     
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    Tuna in color? Blasphemy!!

    Nice shot, I like the silhouettes.
     
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    :lol: ..... its a rare event!..... beautiful shot tho, really nicely exposed :thumbup:
     
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    May i ask what the settings were when you took this? It came out awesome
     
  10. Tuna

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    Hi. I don't recall the settings but I think what was important was how to get a light reading in this situation. I chose to do an averaged incident reading with a hand-held meter of the light coming from the sunset, then opened up a couple of stops to compensate for the reflectiveness off the water and to allow some detail in the sand. I suppose that an in-camera reflective reading would have required a spot metering of a middle tone of the scene - in this case I would have chosen the water surface - and again opened up a stop or two.

    Tuna
     
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    I like it, but I think it would be better if the shadows were darker. I think you should do a little levels adjesment and make the darks really dark.
     
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    that sky is amazing
     

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