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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D60
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May 19, 2011, 6:47:59 PM
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sunset at Kefalos by ReneHaan sunset at Kefalos by ReneHaan
Sunset at Kefalos beach - Paphos Cyprus
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:iconcuddliimuddlii:
WOooooooow!!! It's so amazing! I love sunsets! This warm colors are just stunning and I love the silhouette of the fishing guy :)
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Dretography Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Great shot. Love the scenery. It is crooked which to me throws it off a bit. That's just a quick crop fix though. Good job.
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AllAboutDianne Aug 2, 2012  Student General Artist
i like how neither he sun nor the fisherman are main/central the focus of your photo. you give us choice. i like this
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6rimR3ap3r Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Interesting detail with that fisherman :)
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Frank-Beer May 22, 2012   Photographer
Very fascinating, you captured that really good :clap:
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Anj3lla May 8, 2012   General Artist
Nice!!!:D
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:iconteitaka:
very nice whos the fishermen tho he realli adds 2 the picture?
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Cassie-In-Wonderland Apr 29, 2012  Student General Artist
Awh that's a lovely shot. I wish I could have seen this beautiful sunset too!
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:iconrenehaan:
Thank you for your comments and advice!!!
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Azzeria Apr 23, 2012   Photographer
Very beautiful sunset. The overall tones of this photograph is very relaxed, and in combination with the fisher man it looks like the perfect end to an evening.
A little tip for the future though, while photographing a sunset, especially a beach one, it's very important to try and keep the horizon of the water straight. Sometimes, one has to tilt the camera in what feels like unnatural angle for this to happen. (Just be sure to not overdo it, and it doesn't always work. It depends a little on the cloud formations. For example, if there's horizontal clouds, or cloudline, it doesn't work so well to tilt the camera)

Keep it up!
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