Thanks for posting this beautiful picture. Looks like things are a little slow on many of the GW forums right now. Hopefully things will pick up when the weather warms up.
You're welcome, and yes, it has been slow on GW forums lately.
I posted 'physics of a sunset' on my blog today. Check it out :) http://skyentist.blogspot.com.au/
Here is a link that might be useful: Physics of a Sunset
Nice pics kentuck . Good work by you
We come to know that cloud,trees etc., are giving sendoff to sun to that day.:-)
Both pretty, Kentuck!
Nice photography.Day light saving started in U.S know?
Looks great, Kentucky!
Thanks, Joe. Are you still in Arizona? Share some pictures here. Maybe some saguaro photos?
Am I the last of the of the photo nuts? Have you all foresaken this forum and left me alone?
I peek every now and then,
Arizona - nope! I recently moved to San Antonio.. 4 years here. Feels good to be home.
San Antone? We're practically neighbours. We were at the river walk a few weeks ago. It was nice...no bugs, low humidity and warm weather.
Hi kentuck....quick question. What lens do you use for your sunset photos, and do you use any kind of filter, or post effects? Lovely photos. Thanks
Jean, I haven't used interchangeable lenses or filters since I used my old Canon A-1.
I now have a Canon SX30 IS and I adjust the timing or shutter speed to allow more or less light in. The good thing about digital cameras, you can take dozens of pictures at different settings, and simply delete the undesirable ones.
I will usually zoom to the desired photo shape/content, then take a few pictures at different shutter speeds to get the best colour or lighting which I desire.
This post was edited by kentuck_8b on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 11:25
oh my.....that photo is awesome. The composition and the color. How did you get that orange sky?
Jean, who is going out to play with her camera, which at this time has only the one lens..LoL
That was the colour of the sunsetting sky, but it may not have been quite that intense, as when I use a faster shutter speed, the colours are usually more intense.
Zooms like that usually require the fastest shutter speed, around 1/1600 or 1/2000 or 1/2500th of a second.
I'll be trying to get tonights sunset...as usual, if the clouds cooperate.
Nice sunset picture add by you all. This all picture show nature beauty.
Here's yesterday's sunset.
Same old stuff...
Sunset and moonset.
We're in a severe drought here, and the only cloud in the sky was letting out rain as the sun set behind it. The moon is in the upper left of the picture.
wow these are really stunning love looking at them thanks for sharing
You're welcome, and thanks for your comments.
Well I love the photography specially the nature photos..because these are the photos which looks always beautiful. I am not a professional photography but I like it and mostly took photos on trips and tours.