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Great Whisping Sunset

Published January 12th, 2012

I'm not much for taking skyline or sunset pics, mostly because there are just so many of them, but the sunset the other day was just too cool not to capture, here are a few shots I took

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  • January 10th, 2012
  • Canon EOS rebel T3i
  • 52mm / f/10 / 1/4000 sec
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  • January 10th, 2012
  • Canon EOS rebel T3i
  • 72mm / f/10 / 1/2000 sec
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  • January 10th, 2012
  • Canon EOS rebel T3i
  • 113mm / f/10 / 1/4000 sec

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oddballz
Bill Tiepelman  almost 6 years ago

Thanks Betty, on both accounts :)

Betty_Carvalho
Betty Carvalho  almost 6 years ago

Not to mention that you have the camera I only dream on having!!! (Rebel ) Congrts.

Betty_Carvalho
Betty Carvalho  almost 6 years ago

Wonderful... you got it!

oddballz
Bill Tiepelman  almost 6 years ago

Can't say as I really have any tips, other that I would scout a bit ahead of time, e.g. know where the sun rises and where the sun sets and have an idea of where you want to be for the shot ahead of time so that you don't miss it. The sunset here this time of year only really 'lasts' for about 20 minutes, so finding the right place to take the shot, might make you end up missing a shot all together.

alvi3_k
Alvie Kamal (inactive)  almost 6 years ago

Cool shot! I have a question, I actually want to try something with a sunset, and I know i'll have to wake up really early.
So I was wondering if you had any tips, I mean I don't want to wake up and completely fail :)