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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by jfenton, Jun 3, 2005.
From this evening....
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Wow. It’s simply amazing. :wink:
We drove around our home town last evening looking for places to shoot sunsets....we may have found one that works?
That more than just works. That's spectacular. The color patterns alone would be great, but the tree makes it special.
Up early shooting, out at dusk shooting...do you sleep? Are you ever home?
Nice shot...nice to see the pretty side of the area...
I dream of skies like that!! Great shot.
Nice one, Jim!
Rumor has it that sleep is defined as follows:
"A condition of body and mind such as that which typically recurs for several hours every night, in which the nervous system is relatively inactive, the eyes closed, the postural muscles relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended."
Nikon Cafe translation:
"A condition of photographer and equipment that prevents, prohibits, or otherwise makes it physically and technologically impossible to create and/or capture art. Typically caused by a lack of rechargeable physical energy, compromized time by other humans, and/or the inability by the photographer to access/operate said equipment for physical state/orientation/location reasons."
Beautiful dramatic sky colors Jim. Simply great catch.
Cory, good translation of sleep definition
Really beautiful sunset Jim. Thanks for sharing.
Now that is "SUPERB" jIM.
You found the perfect location, comosition and timing perfect.
Excellent colors that evening. That is the way a sunset should be captured. Not the blown out sun like I see so often
Skies are very dramatic and change by the moment...
MONEY SHOT JIM :>)))))
What lens and what length shot at.
Thanks for the nice comments....
I kept looking up from the camera and admiring how awsomely, beautifully perfect this display of evening was and kept my fingers crossed that I was gonna to be able to capture it as it truly appeared...and fortunately, I was able to
I shot this sunset with a 28-70 2.8 AFS at 60mm f8...ISO 100 with a 1.6 second sxposure.
Re: Gale...Questions Answered
that was the info I was looking for. Very nice. I love sunsets and you seem to capture them better than any I have ever done or seen.
The trick is to hold the red channel without blowing it and at the same time, not underexposing the image so much that you induce noise in the shadow areas.
It takes a bit of chimping and metering off of the correct portion of the scene...I always try to hold as much detail in the cloud patterns as possible and let the rest end up as it may.
All I can say: "superb".
Thanks for sharing.