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Saluting the Sun
Saluting the Sun
Monique64


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Challenge: Free Study 2007-11 (Advanced Editing V)
Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM
Location: Australia
Date: Nov 16, 2007
Aperture: 7.1
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1/125
Galleries: Landscape, Nature
Date Uploaded: Nov 22, 2007

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Place: 202 out of 393
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Avg (commenters): 6.6250
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Views since voting: 668
Views during voting: 207
Votes: 148
Comments: 9
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12/05/2007 09:51:29 PM
Great sunset. (or is it a sunrise?)Some wonderfully smooth shades. Maybe too much sky at the top, though. It is distracting from the main subject. I think a closer crop would do it more justice
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12/05/2007 11:25:32 AM
Nicely done, a 1:2 ratio may serve better, cutting out alot of empty space - the trees and horizon serve as good leading lines for the eye taking it into the sun.
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12/03/2007 10:37:41 PM
Love this shot. Maybe a bit soft and slightly out of focus. 9
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12/02/2007 10:58:51 PM
Absolutely gorgeous.
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12/02/2007 09:30:04 PM
I like the leading lines of the trees to the fading sun.
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12/02/2007 06:51:20 AM
A good quiet end-of-day shot - very peaceful.
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12/02/2007 06:19:01 AM
Lovely!
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12/01/2007 08:49:16 PM
Great capture and wonderful color. I may have cropped out the tree on the right.
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12/01/2007 12:26:56 AM
Fantastic sunset, but your foreground is too dark and is thus distracting. Use a shadow/highlight mask in photoshop (Judi's infrared tutorial explains this process very well, along with other post processing tricks). The mask would let us see more detail in the foreground.
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