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April 16, 2014 - 26 went

Composition - Seeing the shot

Sunsets can be challenging. I usually use exposure compensation and go under by -1 or -2. The clouds get a lot more detailed and color saturation. I also like the organic frame on this. Putting the frame in the right third adds some dynamics to it.

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Added by Mark C.
on Apr 18, 2014.
 

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  • Jim R.

    I saw this same angle, but on Thursday (when I was there) there was not a very colorful sunset. Your's came out really sweet...

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