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Blue Sunrise at Mt Bromo

By madi_patub
Sunrise view from Pananjakan 2 spot, Mt Bromo, Indonesia.
There's lucky time where almost clean sky there, so i got blue color dominantly Smile

Tags: Sunrise Outdoors Long exposure Indonesia Landscape and travel Bromo

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CozPics Plus
13 12 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2017 7:37PM
Great imageGrin
14 Jun 2017 10:40PM
@CozPics Thank you so much! Grin
14 Jun 2017 10:56PM
Stunning! GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

Regards from Helen Smile
15 Jun 2017 9:23AM

Quote:Stunning! GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin

Regards from Helen Smile


Thank you so much! SmileGrin
dudler Plus
18 1.8k 1928 England
16 Jun 2017 7:07AM
First of all, welcome both to Ephotozine and too the critique gallery. This is the part of the site where you don't get votes or awards but will get some constructive comments.

If this isn't what you want make sure that you don't have a tick in the critique box on the upload page.

This is a lovely image, and it isn't quite what it seems at first. You've obviously used tripod to hold the camera steady for an extent of exposure and so the picture contains slight blurring of some of the trees and clouds. This makes the image rather magical.

And, of course, the early morning light is beautifully golden.

Possibly the composition leaves a little room for improvement. Almost all of the main interest is on the right of the picture with a bit of a blank in the middle and the clouds over on the left. It's quite difficult to suggest how you can to improve things, because I don't know whether you could move or how far you can move to change the relative position of the elements of the picture. I hope you that you talk a lot of pictures while you were there with the lovely light, and tried every possible variation. You were in a wonderful place for taking pictures, and I'm sure I'm not the only person who envious you that opportunity!

I hope we'll be seeing more of your pictures soon.
16 Jun 2017 1:20PM

Quote:First of all, welcome both to Ephotozine and too the critique gallery. This is the part of the site where you don't get votes or awards but will get some constructive comments.

If this isn't what you want make sure that you don't have a tick in the critique box on the upload page.

This is a lovely image, and it isn't quite what it seems at first. You've obviously used tripod to hold the camera steady for an extent of exposure and so the picture contains slight blurring of some of the trees and clouds. This makes the image rather magical.

And, of course, the early morning light is beautifully golden.

Possibly the composition leaves a little room for improvement. Almost all of the main interest is on the right of the picture with a bit of a blank in the middle and the clouds over on the left. It's quite difficult to suggest how you can to improve things, because I don't know whether you could move or how far you can move to change the relative position of the elements of the picture. I hope you that you talk a lot of pictures while you were there with the lovely light, and tried every possible variation. You were in a wonderful place for taking pictures, and I'm sure I'm not the only person who envious you that opportunity!

I hope we'll be seeing more of your pictures soon.



Hello dudler!
Thank you so much for the feedback
First, i took this early morning, because i wanna keep my iso at 100, so i must do long exposure shoot, beside i use GND 0.9 and ND64. About the cloud and trees yes of course there's slow windy, if i want the trees and cloud not blurry i should at least, stacking from views shot, or higher the iso, so can i get fast shot.

At this spot i just got view shot and this is the best pict i have Sad, next time ill revisit this place for more spot

Ill share some picture here, so stay tune
Rregard!
pamelajean Plus
16 1.7k 2253 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2017 7:58PM
Welcome to EPZ and its Critique Gallery, Dani.
Thankyou for responding to comments, we like this to be an interactive area of the site.

I looked at this image yesterday and was astounded at the beautiful and unusual scene, so much so that I went googling for similar images and thoroughly enjoyed what I found. The search helped me to understand the landscape and what was happening. As John says, a few of us will be envious.

I like the way the cloud on the left balances with the smoke on the right.
Your choice of the time of day has given lovely golden light to the scene.

I can't fault the image. If I were to be picky, I'd like to see the cloud on the left complete. You have made good use of the trees and hill to give a base to the ethereal image, but maybe just a little more would look good. Either that, or clone out the little bits of part-trees from the middle.

Pamela.
16 Jun 2017 8:27PM

Quote:Welcome to EPZ and its Critique Gallery, Dani.
Thankyou for responding to comments, we like this to be an interactive area of the site.

I looked at this image yesterday and was astounded at the beautiful and unusual scene, so much so that I went googling for similar images and thoroughly enjoyed what I found. The search helped me to understand the landscape and what was happening. As John says, a few of us will be envious.

I like the way the cloud on the left balances with the smoke on the right.
Your choice of the time of day has given lovely golden light to the scene.

I can't fault the image. If I were to be picky, I'd like to see the cloud on the left complete. You have made good use of the trees and hill to give a base to the ethereal image, but maybe just a little more would look good. Either that, or clone out the little bits of part-trees from the middle.

Pamela.



Hello Pamelajean, thank you for the feedback
First, bromo spot sunrise view is most crowded place here Smile, event i drove bike to this spot very early morning about 3am there's much tourist here, this view is not common for photographer, i didn't know yet best spot capture bromo sunrise
I took this capture twice for left hill and right the mountain, and my bad i took landscape mode, so when i made to panoramic there's foreground should be cropped, on PP mostly i try to not retouch too much, even you said the trees looked not too good, actually that's really hurt when i saw final image Sad

about the cloud i wasn't too focus with that (lol) when i take it, you right! looked there's less interesting

i love critique to improve my skill
Regrad!

pamelajean Plus
16 1.7k 2253 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2017 9:00PM

Quote:when i made to panoramic there's foreground should be cropped, on PP mostly i try to not retouch too much, even you said the trees looked not too good, actually that's really hurt when i saw final image

Thankyou for the explanation, Dani.

Quote:You have made good use of the trees and hill to give a base to the ethereal image


PLEASE don't be hurt, my words are to offer ideas and suggestions, not to give you any negative feelings. I did say that I was being picky, and that I liked your image. I could not fault it. You deserve to be proud of it.

I am looking forward to seeing more of this area.

Pamela.
dudler Plus
18 1.8k 1928 England
17 Jun 2017 10:42AM
Thank you for responding so fully to what we wrote.

This is really very good: it's a measure of the quality that nobody has done a modification of hte picture - that means we can't suggest anything that will improve it very much!
17 Jun 2017 12:48PM

Quote:
Quote:when i made to panoramic there's foreground should be cropped, on PP mostly i try to not retouch too much, even you said the trees looked not too good, actually that's really hurt when i saw final image

Thankyou for the explanation, Dani.

Quote:You have made good use of the trees and hill to give a base to the ethereal image


PLEASE don't be hurt, my words are to offer ideas and suggestions, not to give you any negative feelings. I did say that I was being picky, and that I liked your image. I could not fault it. You deserve to be proud of it.

I am looking forward to seeing more of this area.

Pamela.



Hello Pamela
don't be feel guilty, i like someone critique, when i capture this just learning long exposure & stacking image, so your feedback is pleasant for me Smile
Regard!
17 Jun 2017 12:50PM

Quote:Thank you for responding so fully to what we wrote.

This is really very good: it's a measure of the quality that nobody has done a modification of hte picture - that means we can't suggest anything that will improve it very much!



Thank you for your support & feedback, make me more known how to capture and framing!
Regard !

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