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Another evening after a thunderstorm moved through Louisville. I composed the image with the trees in silhouette in order to frame the scene and emphasize the sunset and the light on the river. The sky was very dramatic and I enhanced the colors of the sunset to add more drama to the scene. This image was also processed in NIK HDR Efex Pro and finished in Aperture 3.
6 thoughts on “Ohio River Sunset #3”
Love the pic. Getting a page not found error when I tried to comment. Loveing my new camera… more pics to come! By the way, did I tell you I have a friend with a telescope with a 25 inch mirror! I can’t wait to see what I can capture with that! He even has a friend to teach me how to do it right! Hope you are well and I really hope to see you at Bonneville next year! I will not be in a red shirt….but I will have my camera! Bob
Thanks Bob I hope to be back there at BUB this year.
Yet another great capture that’s places you behind the lens as you become one with the image.
BTW, a HD Road Glide is a great way to thoroughly experience the countryside around you.
Phyllis thanks for the wonderful comment. BTW you must be a motorcycle enthusiast too if you know about HD Road Glides.
Very nice shot! You sure do have some dramatic skies in Louisville. I had no problem in seeing this page via your direct link, but it doesn’t work on the photo forum sites.
Thank you for your comment. I must have broken the link last night when I went back in and edited this post.
As for our skies here in Louisville I watch the weather closely as sunset approaches and if it looks promising I head down to the river to see what develops.