Sunset Through the Trees

Sunset Through the Trees
Photo-A-Day #1441

Tonight I went to a meeting for the Ten Mile River Watershed Council. Check out the website. See it, well, I am going to be taking care of getting this great group a better face for the web.

I’ve done a few great paddles with TMRWC and they have been awesome. Keith, the head of the TMRWC, is so full of information and knowledge of the history of the Ten Mile River and surrounding cities and towns. I want to help him share that knowledge and passion for paddling and history on the TMRWC website.

I was AV boy at the meeting tonight. Keith had slides to present and I ran the slideshow. I also recorded his speech and I’ll see about matching it up with his slides because the light was terrible.

Speaking of light, the sun and sky was amazing. The Church where we had the meeting was next to a cemetery and it looked really awesome through the windows. Those pictures didn’t come out that good but I ran outside a little too late to get to the cemetery. I did see how the light looked through the trees and loved it. So I tried to frame it up between a straight edge on the left and the branches on the right. So, what do you think?

5 thoughts on “Sunset Through the Trees”

  1. Craig,
    Thanks very much. I wonder if I could take all the color out of this and try and do the same with photoshop, that would be interesting.

  2. Nice shot. I would crop it a little tighter basically I would cut off the top and the bottom. The bottom is a mass of black I think you could be ok with a little less and the top has a lot of the same color blue. I think the shot does a good job showing the color transitions but the the top and bottom have to much of the same color. Just my option. You could also pull the white balance color temperature up a little bit to pull the reds out a little more.

    I am emailing you how I would recrop.
    Just my opinion. Nice shot

  3. Stephen,
    I just sent you the raw file. Do your magic. I’d be interested in seeing that. I cropped it first much as you described but didn’t like it very much. Would love to see your recrop.

  4. The photo speaks it all. I do admit, I really love the way you have taken the photo. You were able to catch the very attracting parts and it is indeed very amazing. You done great..Thank you for sharing.

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