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.
D-600 , 24-85 Nikon VR, ISO 100 , f4.5, 1/30 hand held.
#3. "RE: Texas Sunset two Nights Ago" In response to Reply # 0
Texas has many beautiful sunsets (& rises). Since you are from Amarillo, you may know that when Steven Spielberg looked for the perfect sunset for Indiana Jones and his Father and friends to ride off into at the end of the "Last Crusade", he found it near Amarillo.