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red sky at night shepards delight

By spanner99
A picture of the sun set at a different angle from my bedroom window.

Tags: Sun set Landscape and travel

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14 Jul 2007 11:19PM
Like the colours in the sky, a better crop removing some of the black from the bottom will improve the image

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MrsS 11 4.5k 18 England
15 Jul 2007 12:16AM
Hi Steph. I'm not really qualified to discuss the technical aspects of any shots - - but the colours here are lovely Smile

Welcome to the new Junior Gallery - I hope you like it and then you will take the opportunity to comment on other young people's work you see in here.

Please PM me if there are any changes or adjustments you would like to see Smile


Fran x
KarenFB Plus
11 4.9k 171 England
15 Jul 2007 7:37AM
The colours you've captured are glorious! I also like the silhouettes. I'm wondering if you used a tripod, because I think there has been a little camera movement, thats why the silhouettes could be a little sharper. Also, a tip I've learned recently, is to put it on self-timer......that way the camera won't move when pressing the shutter.
helenlinda Plus
10 360 22 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2007 8:18AM
Hi Stephanie
Welcome to the site.
I'm learning a lot through being here.
I find that working on the advice given helps me to improve and I hope you find that too.
I've looked through your gallery and you have some great pictures.
This was definitely a sky worth taking.
chase 12 1.1k 246 England
16 Jul 2007 11:42AM
Some great colours in that sky, & the silhouettes are nicely composed.I agree that a crop from the top & bottom may look better just to put emphasis on that pretty sky.
If you don't have a tripod,you could rest the camera on your window ledge & use the timer to avoid camera shake.

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