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Texas Sunset two Nights Ago

jdearman

Amarillo,Texas, US
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jdearman Silver Member Nikonian since 08th Nov 2005
Tue 03-Dec-13 04:13 PM

This is my first post to the Landscape forum. I shoot mostly wildlife and post there.


We had a beautiful sunset two nights ago. As usual, I was lollygagging around and missed the most colorful part. When I did notice it, I quickly grabbed my camera and got one shot before nighttime took over. I changed the shutter speed, but did not change any of the other settings on the camera. I really wanted to see what the D-600 would do under the lighting conditions. I was pleasantly surprised. In PP, I cropped the image to lower the horizon line and added slight sharpening. I like the image darker like this, but what do I know! I would sincerely appreciate some learning comments from you more knowledgeable folks.

JED


D-600 , 24-85 Nikon VR, ISO 100 , f4.5, 1/30 hand held.

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