« on: February 14, 2013, 04:48:48 PM »
Canon will survive
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you can apply a brush to it an apply the sliders again in the brush adjustments
same for gradients
You need more space between the sun and the tree. The tree is almost on top of the setting sun, so with the open space to the left, they end up looking scrunched together. The camera needs to be moved to the left if possible. A bit of cropping from the left might be needed, but not until the tree and sun are in the right place. I like the diagonal shoreline. You could bring the shadows on the shore up a bit in post processing, but just enough to get a bit of texture, so don't overdo it.
The 200L 2.8 is a sharp lens, here's a handheld snapshot using it at f/2.8 with a manual bounce flash: