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Thread: Sunsets!

  1. #1741
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    Very nice! A little mist adds a lot to a shot. I find those are my favorites over all of the great sunsets I've seen
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    I agree Lukas a little bit of mist adds that something to a sunrise shot.
    I think I prefer the landscape cropped version myself.

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    Here is one of my favorites. Why I miss Arizona.

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    Lonely bird sunset from a few days ago.

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    Nice shots PhillD, but, sorry to say, somebody needs a new level on their tripod (I'm referring to the 2nd shot). Rotating it would make it a lot more appealing and make it appear much more professional.

    Did you just wait for the birds or were they continually flying by?

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    They are both hand held, but I do have a level gauge on the camera, not that I looked at it though! Yes now you mention it I really should have done some pp on them and straightened the horizon. As for the birds, I just shot them as they appeared but I also took several other shots in between as well.
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    We don't get much mist around here unfortunately. But I developed a photoshop action that simulates it. Look how misty the following photo is!

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    I think the mist has gone awol unless my monitor or eyes have a problem?
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    I too am mist-ified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    I too am mist-ified.
    Sorry, I think when I was posting that I thought this was the landscape thread. It was (mostly) a joke, but I did make a photoshop action that somewhat replicates the soft, saturated look of humidity, as shown in that picture. Obviously.

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