kelster said:Uncle ndroo.... :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :bigeyes:
nice series there...but me think the nasi lemak after that also velly shiok huh?...heh
thanks. for shots like #1, i did not focus on the sun directly, but more to the side (kiasi lah). But I did not require long exposure, so it was okay (hopefully).ricleo said:another example of the early bird catches the worm! :thumbsup:
i like nos 2 and 4. Nice colours and the guy fishing just makes the extra difference for me
Just one question. For shots like number one, will shooting directly at the sun damage or "burn" the CCD/CMOS sensor? REad some warnings against shooting into the sun even during sunrises and sunsets, but never read any substantial proof or evidence against it.
Thanks for all your comments. Lee2003, no tips ... well just 1 ... but u've answered it yourself. :bsmilie: my 1st time shooting sunrise too ... shoot it while it is not too err ... 'strong' :bsmilie:Lee2003 said::thumbsup: :thumbsup: I love the colours in #4. Thanks for sharing... Any tips for shooting sunrise or sunset.
Somehow i always have the problem of the sun flaring when i take images of the sun...Maybe I have to catch the sun earlier before it becomes too "strong" :dunno: Thanks for any advise or tips in advance
thanks. all of them were metered somewhere close to the location of the sun. sorry i m not very good with these stuff (yet). :bsmilie: used matrix metering.DanMan said:Nice shots :thumbsup: I go there often, but never so early. Never knew that the sunrises are gorgeous. BTW, which part of the image do you meter the readings for the exposure?