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    Default Sanur's Sunrise

    taken when i went back to bali


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    Nature is beautiful... well done!

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    Congratulations ! A fantastic shot.

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    Default Sanur's Sunrise

    Nothing more to say, except geat work.

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    This is indeed a very nice shot of sunrise with beautiful clouds pattern.

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    thanks for the comment

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    beautiful shot. its difficult to get a good exposure with the sun in the pic but you pulled it off well

    Good reminder that the photographer is obviously more important than the equipment. As for the jagged border, a bit distracting to me (personal preference only)

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    can feel the serenity in the pic. 3 thumbs up for u

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    Super shot, with great sense of depth, freedom and peace.


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    People, this is not FN. Mind u! Hehe, nice pic though.

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    To my knowledge, when you are shooting sunrise or sunset picture(s), try metering it at a hand(with your fingers pointing upwards, thumb close & your arm straighten at where the sun is) distance either to the left or to the right side of the whole sun & this will give you quite accurate exposure. So don't blame me if the picture(s) turn out wrong.
    Or am I talking nonsence again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectrum
    To my knowledge, when you are shooting sunrise or sunset picture(s), try metering it at a hand(with your fingers pointing upwards, thumb close & your arm straighten at where the sun is) distance either to the left or to the right side of the whole sun & this will give you quite accurate exposure. So don't blame me if the picture(s) turn out wrong.
    Or am I talking nonsence again.
    Never do that . I think what a camera metering system gives us is more than enough.

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    these ar othe sunrise scene at Sanur, Bali.

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    Did you used any filter for this two pic?

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    first one I used CPL, second I used UV. For the color, it is because EBX has very hi saturation.

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    great series shots
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    very good sense of composition.
    Love the way they portray the place as a summer paradise...

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    beautiful sunset series, kusuma!

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