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dwightbfwz: I was able to capture this image after hiking up to the monument in the dark. I used a Sony RX100M3 with a 25-second exposure at F1.8, ISO 1000. Katies critique: Gorgeous colors! I love how they fade across the sky and the frame. Awesome choice...

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I was able to capture this image after hiking up to the monument in the dark. I used a Sony RX100M3 with a 25-second exposure at F1.8, ISO 1000. Katies critique: Gorgeous colors! I love how they fade across the sky and the frame. Awesome choice of foreground. What stands out to me is that the photographer planned. Yes, the Photo Gods shine down on us once in a while, but most of the time a lot of planning goes into a frame. Kudos to Patrick Sloan for taking a chance, researching that the Northern Lights might appear, and getting out there to capture this beautiful photo. Photographer: Gloria Z. Nagler, Lake Forest Park. Photo taken: Late April at Seattles Magnuson Park. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.seattletimes.com/life/travel/readers-lens-rushing-river-rainy-day/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=RSS_life I Am Talking About Pregnancy Photos. Franming your portraits so that your subject has room to look into gives

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I was able to capture this image after hiking up to the monument in the dark. I used a Sony RX100M3 with a 25-second exposure at F1.8, ISO 1000. Katies critique: Gorgeous colors! I love how they fade across the sky and the frame. Awesome choice of foreground. What stands out to me is that the photographer planned. Yes, the Photo Gods shine down on us once in a while, but most of the time a lot of planning goes into a frame. Kudos to Patrick Sloan for taking a chance, researching that the Northern Lights might appear, and getting out there to capture this beautiful photo. Photographer: Gloria Z. Nagler, Lake Forest Park. Photo taken: Late April at Seattles Magnuson Park. For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.seattletimes.com/life/travel/readers-lens-rushing-river-rainy-day/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=RSS_life I Am Talking About Pregnancy Photos. Franming your portraits so that your subject has room to look into gives

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