Originally Posted by Guybrush Threepwood
Please do, that would be cool...
Also, my favorite picture Celemourn is "Sky Burn". That must of been one pretty awesome moment.
. South Haven, MI, where I took the photos (most of them) has some really great sunsets. It sits right on Lake Michigan (I THINK it's lake michigan.... I'm a geography dummy! The one on the LEFT!) and is one of my favorite spots to shoot. Though I've never been able to accurately reproduce the colors (lack of experience I think), a little bit of tweaking of the RAW images has provided some nice stuff, IMO. This particular excursion was really cool, because just as the sun dropped below the horizon, some people who were walking down the pier toward me pointed behind me and said something to the effect of, "Hey, there the moon, too!" I whipped around and got treated to the moon rising above the trees and resort-ish condos. Uber cool. Didn't get many good shots of that though. I still haven't figured out how to get good shots of the moon... always over-exposes the moon, and underexposes everything else.... must be the lens.. yeah, better buy more lenses... Anyone got a spare $3000 so I can get an f1.5 800mm lens???
On a personal note, I think three of my all time favorite shots that I've captured are "Sundown ..." from the recent post, the partial panorama of the trees framing the flagpole (bout in the middle of the page) and the shot of the power plant from across the cooling pond (most of the way up). I particularly like the clarity and breadth of spectrum that I got one "Sundown..." I'll have to figure out how the heck I did that one of these days...