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    Default Red Sunset

    Taken at Changi Broadwalk. Setup - Tamron 90mm, Kenko 2X TC + Cokin ND filter.
    PS work for minor levelling and borders.


    Last edited by seankyh; 10th December 2005 at 09:48 PM.

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    can't see any pic..

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    looks like your horizon is tilted

    i would have prefered if the person could have been seen in whole
    and not merged with the buildings.

    also recrop to landscape without most of the empty sky

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    Quote Originally Posted by ortega
    looks like your horizon is tilted

    i would have prefered if the person could have been seen in whole
    and not merged with the buildings.

    also recrop to landscape without most of the empty sky
    Thanks for the valuable feedback. I took another shot a couple of seconds later. It has a better definition of the silhoutte of the person and a little detail in the buildings in the background.

    Last edited by seankyh; 11th December 2005 at 05:33 PM.

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    I think if you have more of the sky, it will do the trick.

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    2nd definitely better but still the isolation of the person from the bkgd not strong enuff

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    wanna ask .. how do u take the sun as bigger balls of fire..
    like 2 or 3 times bigger then this pic?

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    Default Re: Red Sunset

    use a zoom lens.


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    Quote Originally Posted by espion
    2nd definitely better but still the isolation of the person from the bkgd not strong enuff
    I agree with you on that. Must do some braketing next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben77
    wanna ask .. how do u take the sun as bigger balls of fire..
    like 2 or 3 times bigger then this pic?
    As mentioned, by using zoom, you can get this effect and I believe with the moon as well although I have not tried it myself.

    I used a prime lens - Tamron 90mm with a 2X teleconverter. To get the ball without the sun blowing out the image, I used a ND filter.

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    Default Re: Red Sunset

    very nice shot....

    i like the part where u can see the stilts... at the bottom ..
    and the orange sky is great....


    only think however is that i find the Sun very glaring..

    perhaps u can change it to give it a softer look?
    just an opinion

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