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    Default Sunset at changi beach

    Hi to all,

    Here are my humble photographs i took of a beautiful sunset at changi when i was thr
    Im shoot with my D100 & a 24-85mm f2.8 lens
    Comments and Crits are welcome to help me improve ...

    Pls feel free to comment....

    PS:Apologise for the last time i posted whr my image cant be viewed...

    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c3...N/DSC_8183.jpg
    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c3...N/DSC_8164.jpg

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    You caught a very nice sky.

    About the 2nd photo. I wish the floating thing on the water wasn't there. While I understand your attempt at adding a foreground interest this one becomes an irritation (IMO). I hope you took more shots from a different angle coz the sky is really nice.

    The horizon is also not level.

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    beautiful sunset - wonderful pinks.

    i find both ur shots tilted - making viewing them uncomfortable. intentional?

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    The second shot is my fav i love the way you used the jetty and floats to make a sweeing line
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    Default Re: Sunset at changi beach

    2nd pic best. But too bad is tilted at an angle which spoilt the entire pic. This opportunity don't happen every time, you know?

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    hi to u guys,

    who hav gave yr valuable comments to my photos,

    ha....the photos was not tilted intentionally,

    but i guess i was too overwhlmed by the sunset to capture as many image as i can

    and jus compose and shoot with0ut watching out for the minor details

    i ll be more careful nex time .

    tks for the pointers ... and keep the comments coming in

    Cheers, Kelvin
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    Default Re: Sunset at changi beach

    Hi Bro

    Nice shots. Just one comment. You tend to underexpose.
    First shot, I can't really see what much detail.
    Second shot, great composition, very aesthetically pleasing, but I wish there was slightly more detail on the left.

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    I really like the second photograph. I'm not totally crazy about the first one as it seems a bit dark...but then again, what do I know? I really like to colours in the sky and how they're reflected onto the water.

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    hihi ...

    tks for the advice .. prob i shld hav used a little fill flash so i can capture more details in the front ... but i guess i wan my highlight to be the water and the beautiful sky i saw hence i didnt emphasis too much on the features on the foreground ....

    Will take note of this nex time if i got to encounter such scenery again

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    Ooo.... the 2nd one did it for me - liked the natural colour captured at the right moment However, yea that tilting horizon - that's the only thing. Bravo !

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    hi,
    1st shot - could be better if the silloutte object is clearer.
    2nd shot is great !

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    Bro. nice sunset.. but watch the horizon.. the tilt makes me feel like a drunk man walking sideways.. haha

    Can use photoshop to correct the tilt, change the contrast, saturation etc and maybe add a border or frame.. make it nicer.. that's my normal workflow anyways.. cheers

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    Hi Vstorm, PsionCraze, DarNikon

    Will take note of yr advises and tips ... i ll try to do a little alteration to my image and i ll try to up load it again to see if its better... at the same time i ll try to uplaod some other image for more comments if i can....

    Stay tune ...

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    #2 works for me.

    As others have pointed out, horizon is not straight. The floats make a good leading line to guide the eye into the picture.

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    Hi to all ,

    I ve tried to do some alteration to the horizion of my image
    guess its a little better now for viewing ..

    pls take alook again as i ve attached one of more image of
    the sunset i took that day ...

    Still keep the comments and tips coming ... tks to all for viewing

    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c3...unsetPic2a.jpg
    http://i30.photobucket.com/albums/c3...unsetPic1a.jpg

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    Ok...now it looks much better. My votes to #2 shot.

    Cheers..

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    Your #2 pic still rocks man!! The colour of the entire scene is really bo-be-zhao!

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    hi hi ,

    tks for the good feedbacks ... keep the comments coming

    i ll try my best to come up with some other photos of other

    type of shots to post here for some reviews

    Cheers

    Kelvin

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    That's nice... did you use any filters there? Sunset filter? The colour, hue, saturation are rich...
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    hi Youhong,

    I didnt use any special filter , its jus a UV filter only
    i guess the credit has to go to the really beautiful sunset
    that day or prob i meter at the right spot to produce the image

    kelvin

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