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    pls help me to improve this on pic
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    TS, pls tell us where and what you wan to have us help u abt. A sentence "pls help me improve on this pic" does not say much on what are you improvement are u seeking.
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    Default Re: sunset

    Quote Originally Posted by nigel84 View Post
    TS, pls tell us where and what you wan to have us help u abt. A sentence "pls help me improve on this pic" does not say much on what are you improvement are u seeking.
    thks for the reminder , am seeking improvement like colour , composition and how to pp tis pic to make it look better as the pic has not done any pp yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by noob sniper View Post
    thks for the reminder , am seeking improvement like colour , composition and how to pp tis pic to make it look better as the pic has not done any pp yet
    perhaps you could share what settings u used to take this picture... on a D300?
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    Default Re: sunset

    To me, sunset pics are all about timing and clouds. For this case, the timing and clouds are all wrong. Try again at a different timing and do try to boost saturation in your PP
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    Default Re: sunset

    Colour's dull, and I agree the timing wasn't right.

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    You must wait the sun will be on its perfect circle to get a sunset/sunrise effect,
    Agree timing isnt right..

    Keep on shooting and enjoy
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    somehow i feel the sun is a bit too high up, usu i tot they shld be around the horizon?...
    correct me if i m wrong...
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    Default Re: sunset

    thanks for all the input and i will take note of that next time , will keep on trying till i get it right
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    the best is u wait till the timing that the sun is round and fall on the horizon...it will create a good mirror image on the sea . the sunset colour is dull..maybe can increase the red colour during pp to make it warm up a bit?...

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