Heybeliada, Isa

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I took these photos yesterday at Heybeliada, Istanbul. Comments welcome.

This one was taken a minute or so after sunset.



Heybelida, Istanbul by batmura, on Flickr

And here's another shot I took a few minutes before sunset.


Heybeliada, Istanbul by batmura, on Flickr
 
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I like the coloring better in 1 than in 2. Nicely done.
 

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Nice images. I am not sure which one I like best, but I am tending toward the first one as the second one is just a bit too orange for me, but then that is just me. Would you care to share the technical aspects of these images?

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1 for me, the broader color range is much more enjoyable to look at

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I like the colors in #1 too.
 
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Would you care to share the technical aspects of these images?
Sure. I took the first one at f/22, 93 seconds, tripod, remote shutter while the second one was a shorter exposure at 65 seconds. The reason I shot it at f/22 was because it generated a smoother, silkier touch as seen on the rocks in #1. I hadthe tripod really down low so the camera would better capture the waves hitting the rocks. A bigger aperture like f/8 or f/11 prevented me from doing that.
 

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