Sunset in Lünen - image 4

Sunset in Lünen - image 4

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Free Account, Germany - "Ruhr district" (Ruhrgebiet)

Sunset in Lünen - image 4

I took this photo on the 08/05/2020 at 20:55 o'clock in the German city "Lünen" in the German federal state "North Rhine-Westphalia". The city has approximately 86.000 inhabitants and is in the north-east of the "Ruhr district".

I used a Canon EOS 77D with the Canon EF-S 18-135mm STM lens. The image is resized and got a color correction of 5-255. I increased saturation and contrast slightly. I didn't edit the picture further yet. (3710)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lünen
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_Rhine-Westphalia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruhr_Area

All images from that day:

Sunset in Lünen - image 1
Sunset in Lünen - image 1
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Sunset in Lünen - image 2
Sunset in Lünen - image 2
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Sunset in Lünen - image 3
Sunset in Lünen - image 3
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Sunset in Lünen - image 5
Sunset in Lünen - image 5
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Sunset in Lünen - image 6
Sunset in Lünen - image 6
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Sunset in Lünen - image 7
Sunset in Lünen - image 7
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Sunset in Lünen - image 8
Sunset in Lünen - image 8
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Sunset in Lünen - image 9
Sunset in Lünen - image 9
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Sunset in Lünen - image 10
Sunset in Lünen - image 10
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Comments 4

  • Colin S Byford 12/09/2020 21:26

    I like your sunsets Hansjorg. The only suggestion I would have is to show a little more of the land below the horizon even though it is in silhouette. Remember the rule of thirds.
    • Hansjörg - www.photodesign-digital.eu 13/09/2020 16:18

      Thanks Colin for your comment and hint concerning the "rule of thirds". It was interesting to notice the name of the rule in English. I studied one year in Finland in English but that is more than two decades ago. And certain words like aperture or "depth-of-field" were never teached in school or during the study since I studied business administration and not design or photography. And the "rule of thirds" was also not a common term in English for me. In your comment within my profile you used the term "macro closeups". It was very interesting to see the term since I never know whether "macro photo" or "closeup" fits for that kind of pictures. I used a dictionary but it doesn't give the best translation because often more than just one translation exist. I called the folder for my pictures "close-up photos" but might change that now to "macro closeups". I am really not sure how to call that kind of photos in English.

      Thanks for your comment, the hint and best regards
      Hansjörg
    • Colin S Byford 13/09/2020 21:51

      Thanks Hansjörg,
      Macro photo or macro closeup both work but if you are naming a folder I would go with Macro Photos as being a slightly more common usage.
      As a small hint on English grammar, it is full of exceptions to confuse our foreign friends. The past tense of teach is taught. I know, you have to love it.
    • Hansjörg - www.photodesign-digital.eu 20/09/2020 10:51

      Dear Colin,
      thanks for your answer. It took me a while to reply. I prefer "Macro photo" because it is the same word like in German. So far I though macro photo doesn't work in English.

      Enjoy your weekend and stay healthy.
      Hansjörg

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Camera Canon EOS 77D
Lens EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
Aperture 9
Exposure time 1/100
Focus length 72.0 mm
ISO 100

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