Tonight's sunset

Discussion in 'Landscape' started by Luvwine, Mar 26, 2020.

  1. Luvwine

    Luvwine Well-Known Member

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    Had a nice sunset tonight. This location is an easy hike from where we are staying trying to avoid people these days. There are worse places to be cooped up!

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    #1 Luvwine, Mar 26, 2020
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    WOW all so beautiful!!
     
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    Seriously nice sunset sequence. Each are a delight but the lighting and color in #4 tugs me the most.
     
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    Hey Stephen,

    Now this is a great area to have to hang out away from people! Great choice.

    My favorites are #1 and 4. I think those 2 are really great. I like the stars in #5, but I think the ground layer is too dark, it comes across as 1/3rd of the photo is almost black with no visual interest. I think if you get some shadow detail from the ground this one could be the best of the group.
     
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    Hi Jim,

    Thanks for your comments and suggestion. I was not sure how to handle the last pic. We were walking back and stopped to admire the sky and light so I set up my tripod again. The scene to my eyes was very dark so I likely let that influence the processing. I did take multiple exposures tho. Here is a brighter exposure that allows more shadow detail without too much noise.

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