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Old Apr 3, 2011, 8:03 PM   #1
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Southern Florida, especially on the Gulf side, continues to produce some of the more spectacular sunsets that, I think, I've ever seen. Here are a few of them taken with the E-30 + 12-60mm SWD lens. Theses are all 5exposure images that have been processed through Photomatix Light 1.






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Spectacular...all of them! That last one with the Pelican in sihlouette is a post card!
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Impressive Zig. I like the results you're getting with HDR.

That's a 5 image shot with the Pelican? He didn't get far in a second, did he?
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Impressive Zig. I like the results you're getting with HDR.

That's a 5 image shot with the Pelican? He didn't get far in a second, did he?
Hi Ken,

Actually, to complete that image properly, I left the pelican in the 1st frame, then deleted him in the ensuing 4 frames. this was done prior to blending in Photomatix
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Sneaky bugger, and smart.....
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Excellent shots, reminds me of home. Wait!!, I am home.

(Hope you had a good trip back to MA.)
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Great stuff Zig. Have a safe trip back up the coast
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What a beautiful set of pictures Zig, I can feel the hot breeze on the first one and the HDR effect is so smooth you even can't notice the PP. Love the colors on the second and the pelican in fly is a classic.
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