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Jan 13, 2012 11:04 |  #16

I like it soft, & would probably like it sharp, too. The key is I would have shot it both ways. ;)
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Jan 13, 2012 22:57 |  #17

Looks great, no its not too soft.




  
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Jan 18, 2012 21:48 |  #18

very nice picture !!!




  
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Jan 19, 2012 00:01 |  #19

Titus213 wrote in post #13696321 (external link)
Beautiful image - just one question....the reflection of the setting sun does not appear straight.

What would cause that?

whoty wrote in post #13696661 (external link)
Maybe the slight slope of the shoreline.

I think Titus is referring to the reflection in the distance. I suspect that you have a lens flare event just to the left of center of the sun and partially overlapping the sun making the sun seem bigger than it really is and shifted to the left from it's actual position thus apparently throwing off the reflection.

edit: I like the soft dreamy look though.


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