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This is a scan of a Kodak Ektachrome slide that I shot overlooking the Gulf of Mexico in Louisiana's Grand Isle State Park way back in 2001.

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Authored by: Patrick Flynn on Tuesday, November 27 2012 @ 11:24 PM EST Dawn, Grand Isle State Park

Wooow!! Gorgeous color, excellent thirds composition, and a strong diagonal to boot, between the sun and the FG rock. Well done!

I also love the softness - was it misty or foggy, or just a slightly long exposure?

Lastly I can't believe how much warm color you pushed into the famously cool Eltachrome!

Edited on Tuesday, November 27 2012 @ 11:25 PM EST by Patrick Flynn
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This was just a tripod mounted long exposure.  It was taken 11 years ago, so there's no way that I can remember the camera settings, and I never wrote them down.  This scan is very close to the original color of the slide.  I took several shots over a range of time during this same sunrise, and I have other images that are pink.

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