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Norwegian Sunrise

September 13th, 2010

I ran into this amazing scene early one morning in December, 2009 near Nissedal, Norway. It lasted only a couple minutes and soon the light was much less impressive...

Canon EOS 20D, 18-55 3,5-5,6 Kit Lens, Manfrotto Tripod, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.

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Posted By: shankru85
about 13 years ago
Spectacular view. Really eye-catching colors. Must have been a great sight for you.

Nothing needs to be improved IMO. I am not a pro though. Just a wallpaper collector. Works well in that aspect.
about 13 years ago
Nice coloring on this one for sure. I like it a lot. But I start freezing when I look at it. :) Would have been nice to have had this summer.

Too bad about the dark smudge mark in the sky. Something on the lens?
Posted By: simenk
about 13 years ago
Very nice view! We're lucky to live here in this beautiful country!

As of the photo, it is nothing "negative" to say; lovely composition, exposure, lighting. Of course the 18-55 sets a few limits, but I think you've done the most one can do out of the equipment used. Very well done indeed!

I am not sure about the branches on the left hand side there, but I think it would be a bit sterile without 'em too. Not sure..

Anyways, well done mate!
about 13 years ago
Hey, thanks everyone for the comments! I'm actually really happy every time a picture taken with the kit lens turns out to be good. And by "good" I mean composition, atmosphere, exposure, light, etc. not technical details about the lens. I think, these days everyone is crazy about "professional equipment" (and it's VERY nice to own, without a doubt), but I think one should never forget that it's not necessarily about the amount of money you spent on the equipment....

Sorry, about the dust spot in the sky. I don't know how I could miss that one. Of course, it wouldn't be a big deal to "repair" it, but I guess there's no way to upload an updated version of the same image, is there? If you just can't stand it and don't want to fix it yourself, write me a message. I'll send you a version without the spot.
Posted By: Umka
about 13 years ago
Really good one for wallpaper! Thanks a lot!
I like th nature and colors, atmosphere! feels really amazing!

No need to improve this pic, better do some more and post asap! ;)
Posted By: JamesAndersonJr
about 13 years ago
This is a near perfect picture. The sky, and the water are crystal clear, and very clean.

Though, I think the mountains are a little on the blurry side. Otherwise great work!
Posted By: machiatto
about 13 years ago
this is the most beautiful photo, its perfect theres so many emotions that come from one image

love love love !

im not to sure how you could improve haha, keep practising ?

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