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I took this 17th of August at small cruise ship. This is from Lappeenranta harbor.

I didn't had much time to compose this shot, because the ship was moving, but I'm pretty satisfied to the result.
Of course there could be slightly more room on the top and maybe on the left. Or maybe the frame could be just wider.

I hope the colors look correct/good on your screen. The colors (mostly orange) looks different between my desktop computer's screen and laptop's screen.
I don't know did it made any sense that I first edited this to look correct on desktop computer and then moved to the laptop where I edited this to look correct on this laptop's screen.

If you wonder why I use 2 computers, the reason is that first I transfer my photos from camera to desktop computer, because it has much more space than laptop does. After I have chosen and edited the selected photos I transfer them to laptop which has internet connection.

So I basically would like to hear your opinion about the colors, what should I do with them. Are they too warm, too saturated, does some color tone look unnatural? Of course you can tell your overall opinion too. Just don't be too harsh. :)

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arualcat Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2012
:iconwowplz: Very impressive, no doubt about that!!!
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Toni-R Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you very much! :aww:
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arualcat Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2012
:hug:
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Your English and explanation were completely understandable, as always. I like this photo and the balance between fountain and boat are great. Maybe just the tiniest more 'top' would have been good to get the final height of the fountain but yes, when you must shoot fast, I think you've done very well.

I love the sky. We get pink and red skies here but I've never seen a yellow one in real life. Actually, perhaps I did as a child in England, there is some vague memory there.
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Toni-R Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Thank you for your analysis! :thanks:
I like the sky as well. It was very pretty. It is no visible in the picture, but it rained slightly and there was some thunder in the air.

I didn't knew that there is no yellow sunsets in Australia.
Here they are quite common.
Do you get sunsets with shades of blue in Australia?
Dark blueish sunsets with strong orange/red are my favourite set of sunset colours.
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
These would be the extremes of our sunsets and the yellow in the one was compliments of the camera LOL The red one is accurate. No blue that I've seen :no: Blue/orange/red sounds amazing!
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My house is facing the wrong direction to see sunsets. So was my last house. I have to notice it's about time and go out the front to check and even then I'm looking down the street and over rooves. If I think it will be a decent one I walk about 150m up the road for a slightly better view but have yet to catch a good sunset in the past year :(
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Toni-R Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
I have few good photos of blue/orange/red sunset. It takes some time to fix them though, they are badly noisy and regular noise reduction ruins the quality, so I need to find some other way to get rid of the noise.

My house is situated in bad place regarding photographing sunsets.
It is surrounded by forests and neighbors' houses are blocking the most of the sky where the sun sets, so I have to walk about 1 kilometer to the beach to get a good view of the sunset.
Sunrises are easier. I can just open my room's window and photograph from there, but the view isn't very spectacular.
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
The sun rises too? :jawdrop: We go to bed around 2am each night so we never see the sunrise unless we go away on holiday and our body clocks reset slowly LOL

That's wonderful that you can see the sunrise from your room. Even if I was awake the sunrise would be over a bit of a hill from us, and that hill is covered with houses so not pretty. But that's what holidays are for LOL
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Toni-R Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, though, not usually on summer, because the sun doesn't set or it rises about 3-5 hours after I have went to sleep.
Usually if I want to see sunrise on summer, I have to stay up the whole night and sleep on day. That's not good sleeping habit unless you work by nights. :D
Winter is easier, because the sun rises after 9 am. And then slowly when coming closer to spring the mornings starts earlier and days become longer. And finally on summer the nights are almost "nightless"
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MayEbony Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow - 9am sunrise :jawdrop: I remember in England that the sun went down around 10pm in summer and more like 5pm in winter, but can't remember the sunrise times.
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