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Old Aug 19, 2007, 1:15 AM   #1
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I'm probably going to post too many images, but can't quite make a decision which ones to leave out. These were taken in the past couple of weeks, not all the same day.

First, the normal sunset - these were all taken with the K10, and a couple of different lenses (can't quite remember which lenses on the shots I finally did choose). It was one of those really nice sunsets and I couldn't quit snapping away. Most of them came out looking nice, with the color progressing from a rather bright yellow through orange, pink and then fading to nothing.
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Second one:
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The first two were taken with the K10 and the kit lens. Colors are changing.
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Old Aug 19, 2007, 1:19 AM   #4
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With the A*300.
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Old Aug 19, 2007, 1:20 AM   #5
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Colors fading away.
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Next time you complain about not having much of beautiful sunsets to shoot, I won't listen. These are awesome!


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Old Aug 19, 2007, 1:24 AM   #7
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These next pictureswere taken more recently, on a coupleof differnt days. There's no real way for me to avoid power lines if I'm taking pictures near the house, so I thought I'd feature the pole. It also helped block the sun, which would have been too bright for the conditions.
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The color in the picture before wasn't created by clouds. This was taken a little later.
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And a wide angle taken at the same time.
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Back when I had the Panny FZ30, several people pointed out that ACR has trouble converting raw files where one object is significantly blown-out for some reason. I wondered if it still does, and since I think Lightroom uses the same converter as ACR, I took this picture and used first LR, and then PhotoLab. Lightroom still doesn't deal well with this.
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