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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by jadlh, Sep 23, 2008.
very pretty shot :smile:
very cool colors
very cool shot
Very nice ! Where was it taken ?
Great emotion in that shot, nicely done.
Why did you use 1/500 shutter speed and 5.6 aperture on this shot?
Just messing around, I took several shots with different settings and this one turned out the best.
In the channel way of Lake Macatawa toward Lake Michigan, southwest Mich.
IMHO: 1) I would do aperture around f13 (and slower shutter speed) to have more sharpness/detail on the sky/sun (unless you specifically wanted it not to be sharp) and 2) would remove that black object on the water - it is not clear what it is and it distracts attention from the beautiful scene you've captured.
1) I think that having the focus on the wharf and light house places more emphasis on that part of the image. The soft sun and clouds eases the mood and atmosphere, IMO. Also, depending on what camera was used (I didn't check the EXIF), at f/13, diffraction could already potentially be affecting sharpness.
2) The small boat on the water adds balance to the composition, IMO. Without it, the image would fall to the right and sink. :biggrin:
Of course, this is all only my opinion.
I am mesmerized with the colours of the clouds and it's reflection on the water. Beautiful sunset, and great composition.
It looks great with your setting...Each to there own, I guess...I would go manual for this shoot 4 me...
Very nice photo...:wink:
Last night the sky was not as dramatic, here's one that shows how different sundowns can be around here:
Two great captures. I love the birds in the second shot, especially the one crossing the sun. Well done!