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Justin Harwig


Free Member, eindhoven

Sunset in Holland/Scheveningen

This picture was taken during a beautifull sunset in Scheveningen.
Taken with a D50 with a 18-200 VR lens, at 200mm f5.6

Comments 8

  • Jaime Crystal Attenborough 08/30/2006 8:23

    amazing colours and sillouettes
    a great atmosphere of warmth
    regards jaime :)
  • Harjono Djoyobisono 08/09/2006 8:11

    Excellent shot,
    I love the warm tones and dramatis sun on the horizon.
    Well done.

    regards,
    Harjono Djoyobisono
  • Cees Kuijs 08/08/2006 20:54

    Well Justin, a good start. Just some cropping, try to hold on the rule of 2/3, and you`ve got a brilliant picture.
    How beautiful can Holland be !!!
    Greetings, Cees
  • KasiaD 08/08/2006 20:20

    Hi Justin, this is great too. Either cut off the water in front, or (too late probably now) try to capture more of it in your shot.

    You can't change a photo which has already been uploaded. If you want others to see the new version you have a couple of options.
    1) New upload
    2) Upload to Fotohome without entering it in a public section and link it here so we can see it.
    Drop me a quickmessage if you need help.

    Looking forward to more from you.

    Cheers,
    Kathryn
  • Igor Flasz 08/08/2006 18:49

    This picture is spectacular and beatifull....
    Igor
  • Justin Harwig 08/08/2006 18:47

    Thanks Peter and Marie! I just cropped my picture a bit and it is indeed nicer without the water in front. Can I change the picture online or shall i leave it as it is?? greets justin
  • Marie Strydom 08/08/2006 18:31

    Exquisite photo. What a way to start out on FC. Well done. Best wishes. Marie

  • Peter Mertz 08/08/2006 18:30

    wow, what a gorgeous sunset, the colours are so beautiful. Nevertheless I would choice a different cut
    that the light coloured area below would be disappeared.
    cheers
    Peter