B&W at Sunset

BartonFlyer

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Perched the E-P2 on a rock - 1.6 secs at F9, then used Lightzone to convert the image and cropped it to a panorama(ish) format - I'm quite pleased with the result, but I'd welcome any tips on what else I might do to improve on this kind of thing.

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DownUnderDog

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Hi BartonFlyer,
great pix, but doesn't show the sunset like the pix I am attaching.
Cheers
DUD
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BartonFlyer

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Hi BartonFlyer,
great pix, but doesn't show the sunset like the pix I am attaching.
Cheers
DUD
That's a terrific sunset picture - I think i was trying to capture the quality of the light across the bay as the sun had actually just gone down and the street lights were coming on - I can't really describe it in words but there was just "something" about it and it seemed to lend itself to rendering in B&W - thanks for your comments
 

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