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    Red Sunset

    Lucked out and caught a great sunset, I took this a couple of years ago and I'm questioning the crop C&C welcome.
    Red Sunset

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    Re: Red Sunset

    Hi Roger

    Nice colours in the sky and the low cloud adds interest. The frame is also effective. It all makes for a pleasing image to view. I can't see any way of improving this image with cropping. I can't really comment on any cropping you've already done without seeing the original, other than to say I think the aspect ratio you've got works well for this image.

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    Re: Red Sunset

    Thanks Dave for the comment.

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    Roger,

    I think its a great shot. Love the contrast of the sunrise colours against the shadowed foreground.

    Cheers,

    Mark

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    Re: Red Sunset

    Good looking shot. Did you step down the EV.

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    Re: Red Sunset

    Thanks Mark, and Dave I'm not sure about the EV setting it was over two years ago and I haven't touched a camera until maybe three months ago, i'm just getting back into this. Photography is very challenging for me I have more of an artistic mind all of the different setting can throw me sometimes, luckily it's digital and I can change things and see the results. I could have never made it as a film photographer.

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