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Thread: Sunset from Mt Faber

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    Default Sunset from Mt Faber

    Was a little disappointing... but well, here they are.














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    the 2nd piece is good..dramatic..

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    Nice nice...
    I like the 1st one.

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    thanks for the comments. The best i could get, the cloud was just too thick, was afraid it was gonna rain!

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    tomkruise
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    i like the first one too!
    I guess for nature photographer, bad weather is good weather
    Don't you think so? A fine, clear sky without any clouds would not give dramatic effects.

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    Originally posted by tomkruise
    i like the first one too!
    I guess for nature photographer, bad weather is good weather
    Don't you think so? A fine, clear sky without any clouds would not give dramatic effects.
    too much cloud isnt good either. Sunrays cant penetrate thru .

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    tomkruise
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    true.
    These are all very time-critical.
    Previously, I was lucky to capture some dramatic sunset shots at Labrador park, with only a few min available before all dramatic color was gone.

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