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  1. #1
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    Sunset over the Bay

    Here are a few shots of the orange sunset over the bay.

    Frank








    Last edited by sparkie1263; 12-07-2009 at 12:56 PM.
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    Lightbulb Suggestions ...

    The first image may have benefited having used a "reflector panel" on the shack, to bring it out a bit.

    I went back over and retook the shot ... j/k ... here's the idea, though ...

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    "leveled" landscape & Highlighted subject w +1.22 f/stop of exposure
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    "leveled" landscape & Highlighted subject w +1.22 f/stop of exposure & some orange tint (reflected light idea)
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    That last image you posted, with the bench, is a real eye-catcher, Frank. Good catch!
    Last edited by DonSchap; 12-07-2009 at 10:22 AM.
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    lovely colour frank. the composition of the last is a winner.
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    I see what you are talking about Don.
    Thanks

    Thanks Rooz


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    Eco friendly housing..it just rotts back into mother earth..lol

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    Some of us don't get to see the Sunset over any bay. We do see a Sunrise over the bay after a long night out I guess it all depends on which side of the water you live on. Great shots.
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