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A few from my evening hike
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Posted By: Strung_Out, 07-13-2010, 10:15 AM

Hi all,

Long time lurker and first time poster in this section. I had great weather last night so I decided to head out to try and get some decent sunset and dusk pictures. Any tips or suggestions to try next would be more than welcome, cheers.







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07-13-2010, 01:22 PM   #2
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I like number one and two, good composition and color on both with interesting subject matter. Not so fond of three, although it has good color, subject matter not very interesting.
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Like Jim I like the first two. Interesting place with a lot of potential. Thank you for sharing. JIM
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I like all of these photos, especially the first. There's a strange fringing between the edges of the trees and the sky in the second photo. I like the peacefulness in the third, which reminds me of countless evenings on the lake when I lived at water's edge in a cabin. The best time of the day there. Thanks for the shots. As Jim says, there's a lot of potential at that site.

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Very nice, love the second one!
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Thanks for the great comments and suggestion everyone, it's much appreciated.
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Love the first shot!
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I really dig the second and third images, although I see that strange fringe/halo on the second one mentioned already.

While the third one is quiet vacant on specific subject matter I just get a nice feeling looking at the blended colours. The first one is nice too, but may have benefited from an ND Grad to stop the sky blowing out?

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Thanks for the comments Kp/FruitLooPs.

The first one has already made me start researching ND filters for future long exposure shots. It was actually my first attempt at trying to do this type of technique.
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My favorite it definitely the third shot. Very nice.
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