Sunsets!

Brammers

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Cheesy topic, but hey, days are getting hotter so the sunsets are getting more spectacular. Let's get some sunset shots in. If you're an early bird, sunrises are good too. Try to stick down EXIF and any special techniques (filters/HDR etc,) I always like to see how to get various effects.

I'll start you off:

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Carlton Hill, Edinburgh. ISO 800, 200mm equivalent, 1/45 f2.8
 
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From back garden. Plain old Panasonic DMC TZ1 with about 7X zoom.

Taken 06-04-2007 8-00pm
 
Both very nice :thumbsup: here's one from the Easter weekend:

Somerset Levels
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Exposure: 0.025 sec (1/40), Aperture: f/8, Focal Length: 17 mm, ISO: 100
 
Heres one i grabbed few days ago in my back garden.. not brilliant.. messed about with levels just a wee bit.. and cropped..

Hot sky

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Love the colours on this one:

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Was going to clone out the power lines but actually quite like the way they lead you into the shot on this one:

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This was taken years ago with my old 35mm SLR so no EXIF:

Looking out the front door:
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Wow - some awsome photos above! Mine below is from Malaga a couple of weeks ago, using a standard Ixus 400: -

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PS - mine was a Sunrise sorry, didn't read Thread title correctly!!!!!
 
Doesnt matter-- sunrises are good too.. see first post..

Lovely calming shot..
 
Slightly cropped other than that straight from the camera.

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Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S6500fd
Exposure: 0.001 sec (1/1000)
Aperture: f/4.9
Focal Length: 66.7 mm
ISO Speed: 100
Exposure Bias: 0/100 EV
Flash: Flash did not fire

:)
 

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