Hey shutterbugs! Anyone have tips on removing the magenta halo around sunset shots? I have tried the natural and vivid picture settings and this halo shows up with both settings. Appreciate the help! – Amelia
I know I post a lot of sunset photos but, I find them stunning and I’m fortunate enough to have a decent sunset view from our house. I took this the other night when the sun burst through the clouds with fiery oranges and pinks. This photo doesn’t really do justice to how magnificent the sunset really was, but, you can at least see how it lit the whole sky on fire. 🙂
Say that five times fast! LOL Night after night we’ve been blessed with these intensely colorful sunsets, which, supposedly, are enhanced by the Siberian wildfires. I’m sorry about the fires in Siberia but…I’ve been loving these sunset colors!
It’s “festival time” around here, which means we’ll be listening and dancing to amazing music at our four-day Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts starting tomorrow. So, I’m skipping my Friday Jumble post and maybe even more the next few days. I’ll be busy posting photos of the festival on our facebook page and twitter and all that marketing stuff that I do for JFFA. PLUS, Friday’s my 10-year wedding anniversary so it’s all around a good day to just play and give myself a day off from blogging. 🙂
If you’re within driving distance from Port Angeles or can ferry it from Victoria, B.C., you should come out to the “best small town festival in the country.” Check out the lineup here! http://jffa.org.
The sunset view looking west from our house is decent but, there are a lot of distractions from telephone poles, streets, and rooflines in the way. Looking north we have an expansive, mostly unobstructed water view, but, never with the sun setting on it or rising above it. From my kitchen window I caught this reflection of the sun setting while I was looking towards the water. We’ve been in this house 9 years and I JUST figured out how to “fake” a sunset over the strait with Victoria, B.C. in the background. Sweet! LOL (And, yes, I know, this photo is “noisy” and begs for some post-processing but, I liked the composition and wanted to share the “before” photo.)