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1/90 second
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F/11.0
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16 mm
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100
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Apr 11, 2012 8:11:36 AM +10:00
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Eastern Light by mdomaradzki Eastern Light by mdomaradzki
The morning sun lights up the scenery with golden rays.
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Adalas Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012
It may sounds stupid to you, but can I ask you something? How do you make the camera cope with the sun's light to not dether other's objects light? Everytime I try to take a picture with the sun in it, eveything else is getting darker, or when I focus on the scenery and not the sun, the sky gets bright white.. Tried playing with the ISO, the exposition, centering, finition and nothing seems to work.. I don't have a very expensive camera tought, maybe it's the problem. I got a Canon PowerShot A580.
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mdomaradzki Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
The camera you have does have a lot to do with it. Post production is the other half of the equation. ;)
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Adalas Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012
So I have to edit it later?
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JeffreyDobbs Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
You'll want a smaller aperture opening (it was pretty small here at F/11,) to limit the exposure, and a low ISO setting (like 100 here.) Lens filters may help, although I would bet one wasn't used here (kinda looks like an HDR to me.) A non direct shot too, helps the flare from dominating your photo.

It does help that he has a professional DLSR camera to manipulate all of these settings manually, and the latest and greatest version of PhotoShop.

To the photographer, great shot! I love the colors and shades.
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mdomaradzki Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Professional Photographer
PS: I rarely if ever use HDR. My Junkyard series is an exception, where I committed to HDR for the entire look and feel of the series. Otherwise, I use Tonal Contrast to bring out the details.
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JeffreyDobbs Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012  Professional Photographer
In this case, it worked beautifully. I love the colors and balance in this picture! :) Keep up the good work!
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mdomaradzki Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2012  Professional Photographer
Thanks! :)
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mdomaradzki Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2012  Professional Photographer
That is correct. My experience in this field is still very limited so I must augment my visions in post production. All my work so far is simply a learning process. When I am ready I will invest in pro level, medium or large format equipment. Until then I am still finding my creative voice.
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Adalas Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012
Thanks. :)
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mdomaradzki Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2012  Professional Photographer
Yes you do, so make sure you shoot in RAW!
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