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First Dusk

By debster  
The first real time I've taken any photos at dusk and I'm still uncertain about settings and the like.

This was taken tonight at Picketts Post - I had no tripod with me, it was freezing cold and wet and my hands were numb.

Comments greatly appreciated.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: martin-g, andytvcams, Miles Herbert and 3 more


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15 Jan 2005 12:27PM
Sounds like you suffered for your art today, well it was well worth it, this is a cracking shot, well done :0)
Martin
andytvcams 19 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2005 12:34PM
Cannot be faulted,this is just wonderful,well balanced and well presented.

Andy...
debster 17 693 3 England
15 Jan 2005 1:59PM
Thank you both. I take these as great compliments!

Debbie
Miles Herbert 19 1.9k 4 United Kingdom
15 Jan 2005 9:39PM
Well done Debbie, you have finally joined the "frozen to the camera" club. Nice New Foresty scene. Did you use your new filters?

Smile
glazzaro 16 70 23 United States
15 Jan 2005 9:44PM
Beautifully done! This is definetly a wall hanger! Great earth tones, good detail and a to die for skyline! Spot On! Click!!!

Greg
debster 17 693 3 England
16 Jan 2005 2:41AM
Thanks Miles and Greg. Miles, I bought the filter holder etc but no shop had either filter in stock so I've had to order them on-line. This was taken just using the polariser and screw-in warm up filter.
I was quite pleased with the result so am looking forward to trying with REAL filters!
Thanks again,
Debbie
laurab 18 53 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2005 12:51PM
Hi deb, I hope you don't mind me tinkering with your pic. Whilst I like the overall composition I felt the land was a bit drab and needed warming up a bit. Only my opinion though and it looks like everyone liked what you had done.
debster 17 693 3 England
16 Jan 2005 1:50PM
Hi mate, guess what my next question is??? How did you do it? No so much the saturation etc as I'd played around with these but what this "clarify" bit all about? I really like what you've done!

Thanks,
Deb x
18 Jan 2005 8:14AM
No problems with this, Debbie. Lovely shot and comp. Click
Jules

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