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A few recent sunset pictures

 

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Sunset


 

all Fuji x-e3 with 55-200 and Velvia film simulation.

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Ditto to what Luc has said.

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A few more....

 

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Sunset #4 - same location, different night.

 

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Sunset #5  - a little further west, with birds heading west.

 

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Sunset #6 same night and not far from #5.  Normally, I'd be happy with a silhouette, but I know lots of you ask for more detail in the shadows, so I've lifted the shadows a bit and revealed..... Shadows!  And I like it.

 

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Sunset #7  Similar to #6 with a bit of lifting of shadows.

 

All Fuji X-E3 with 55-200.  Processed from RAW with Capture 1. 

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