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    .. Wouldn't you believe it, no remote cable, I'm f--ked. Round about now I'm hanging my head & thinking, shit, buy buy byu
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    Managed to catch this nice sunrise picture this morning (5 minutes after getting out of bed ). Resized, sharpened and added a border, rest is straight ootc.


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    I've found that I have a lot of trouble getting the correct exposure on a sunset (or sunrise, if I'm actually out and about that early). It gets frustrating...but, here is one of the better shots from the other evening:



    I still think there there is a spot that is blown out, but, if I exposed for that, I think everything else would be verrrry dark.
    Last edited by jsnail; 01-20-2008 at 05:58 AM. Reason: forgot to add the word "think" :)
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    Well I know a Trick !!! & your in for a Treat !

    Creating gorgeous sunset photographs is a snap ! Pun intended.

    Try this simple trick: face the opposite direction, take a light reading, lock that value in : 125 @ F 5.6 turn around face the sun and create the image.




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    Sunset at Va Beach

    not sure which one i like more maybe i can get some insight



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    Quote Originally Posted by hankbeblazin View Post
    not sure which one i like more maybe i can get some insight
    Both of them are very cool. I do like the first one more though. I think it's because there's detail throughout the frame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Both of them are very cool. I do like the first one more though. I think it's because there's detail throughout the frame.
    thanks wengler thats the one i'm going to print
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  9. #1149
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    Pretty simple here:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsnail View Post
    I've found that I have a lot of trouble getting the correct exposure on a sunset (or sunrise, if I'm actually out and about that early). It gets frustrating...but, here is one of the better shots from the other evening:



    I still think there there is a spot that is blown out, but, if I exposed for that, I think everything else would be verrrry dark.
    "Blown highlights" is an over-rated issue, and you are correct - save a highlight, kill the shot...

    Didn't they put a bracket feature in that there fancy camera?
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