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Camera:Canon
Lens:Digital
Recording media:d
Title:sun setting
Username:mystery1962 mystery1962
Uploaded:2 Sep 2006 - 6:07 PM
Tags:Close-up / macro, General, Landscape / travel
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childinthemist

Its a good photo but to be honest its nothing new. This sites full of sunsets and I dont beleave that this will make too much of an impact.

Good use of the reflection, it IS a nice shot. Unfortunatly its been done a million times before and so doent really spark any intrest.

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4 Sep 2006 - 11:05 PM

Julie, I must agree with the previous comment. However I would like to give a little more encouragement. If you had waited a little longer the sun would have gone a little lower and the result would not have been so harsh. The shadow might have been a bit darker but could have still been distinguishable from the rest. Plus you would not have lost the light reflection. Next time try a series of shots from the same view point with the use of a tripod. Then pick the best. If your camera will support a series of timed exposures then you could do it that way.
Good luck in the future.

Stuart

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