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    Re: Post your sunset shots




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  2. #752
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    This is taken looking away from the setting sun (the sun is behind me), love how the sky changes in colour depth and tone during sunset.
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    nikon p900 sunset setting used - first time trial really.

    Taking a photograph is the only time you would want to follow through.

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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by ParanoidP View Post
    This is taken looking away from the setting sun (the sun is behind me), love how the sky changes in colour depth and tone during sunset.
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    nikon p900 sunset setting used - first time trial really.
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots-sunsetb.jpg

    Taking a photograph is the only time you would want to follow through.

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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
    Picked up a used KEH lens a Tokina 12-24 F/4 lens.
    Image Created: 2018:08:12 20:13:45 Exposure Time: 0.3 sec
    F-Number: f/7.1
    Exposure Program: Manual
    ISO Speed Rating: 50
    Exposure Bias: 0 EV
    Metering Mode: Pattern
    Light Source: Unknown
    Flash: No Flash
    Focal Length: 13.00 mm
    Post your sunset shots-ldc_6852w.jpg
    Had to clean the sensor as it had some spots really noticed at the smaller apertures. This one had a spot I cloned out. I used Affinity Photo and added a little noise.

    Lou Cioccio
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    Post your sunset shots
    Post your sunset shots-danson-park-2.jpg
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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Post your sunset shots
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    “Sometimes I arrive just when God's ready to have someone click the shutter." ...Ansel Adams

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    Nikon D5600, Nikon P510, Nikkor AF P DX 18-55, Nikkor AF P DX 70-300, Tamron SP 150-600 Di VC USD

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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    I got a birthday greeting from the site today and realized it has been a while since I visited last and several years since I posted last. Heck, I don't even own the D5300 I had in my profile anymore. So, here's a sunset I captured in July 2015 at one of the highest points in Plumas County, CA. Captured with a D810, Tamron SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD, multiple shots (I don't remember... 7, maybe 9) stitched together in Lightroom and final editing in Photoshop.

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    Re: Post your sunset shots

    Quote Originally Posted by Jim McClain View Post
    I got a birthday greeting from the site today and realized it has been a while since I visited last and several years since I posted last. Heck, I don't even own the D5300 I had in my profile anymore. So, here's a sunset I captured in July 2015 at one of the highest points in Plumas County, CA. Captured with a D810, Tamron SP 15-30mm F/2.8 Di VC USD, multiple shots (I don't remember... 7, maybe 9) stitched together in Lightroom and final editing in Photoshop.

    Happy Birthday Jim!
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