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Fizzled out Thunderhead
Posted By: Geodude, 10-08-2018, 12:19 PM

Loss of energy in developing storms near sunset.

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10-09-2018, 12:00 AM   #2
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Really nice photo !
Which cam and lens did u use !?
10-10-2018, 07:34 AM   #3
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QuoteOriginally posted by Geodude Quote
Loss of energy in developing storms near sunset.
Attractive scene, with urban area off to the side, but there.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Pink Quote
Which cam and lens did u use !?
The original poster hasn't replied yet, but there should be a link at the top left hand side just above the photo that says "View picture EXIF."

According to that, the picture was taken with a DA 18-135 lens on a K-3, the focal length was 28mm, aperture f7.1, shutter speed 1/160 second and ISO setting of 100. The EXIF information even tells us that exposure compensation was set to -.7 of a stop.

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Really nice photo !
I second that, I really like the colours in the sky and the evening light on the city.

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QuoteOriginally posted by RGlasel Quote
The original poster hasn't replied yet, but there should be a link at the top left hand side just above the photo that says "View picture EXIF."

According to that, the picture was taken with a DA 18-135 lens on a K-3, the focal length was 28mm, aperture f7.1, shutter speed 1/160 second and ISO setting of 100. The EXIF information even tells us that exposure compensation was set to -.7 of a stop.

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I second that, I really like the colours in the sky and the evening light on the city.
Yes, you just beat me to it. The included exif data will tell you everything. And, thanks for the kind remarks...
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