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I think technically there's not much wrong with this photo, but for my taste there's too much undefined negative space (with some undefined dark shapes in it) on the right and I find the white balance too warm. Given the mood you obviously don't want to create a "neutral" white balance but somewhat less warm would suit my taste better. Both comments are very subjective of course.Experimenting with a candle 1 minute exposure at F9.5, ISO 100. Improvement advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks for the comment Stephen but I would like to ask where you saw these since I didn't share them on GetDPI yet, did you visit my SmugMug or are you also watching on Dyxum?Your Fort du Flemalle, Belgium images are really good captured the essense ofa historic site outside and in.
Very nice!Another view through my telescope; this is the Western Veil Nebula shown in inverted B&W. I like the way the inverted view really highlights the delicate filaments of gas and dust. The Western Veil Nebula is the remnant of a supernova explosion thousands of years ago. It sits about 1,470 light years away and spans a radius of 50 light years. This was taken with my IQ4150 attached using a Cambo body and Canon EOS lens board to my SkyWatcher Quattro 8" refractor (f/3.9) using 7 minute exposures at ISO 1600, 13 frames stacked and averaged to reduce noise.
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A touch, just a smidgen more light might give it the zap you search in my opinion.903SWC CFV50c
It is one of those sunsets at the sea where you stand with a slight feeling of dissatisfaction.
Not enough color, not enough waves, not enough, well something..
But then you look at the other side of the bay and think about the other, hypothetical photographer, under that epic downpour of rain.
Saying to yourself "Better you than me".
And suddenly all feels ok again!