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Win a Canon top of the range EOS 70D SLR Camera
Online contact retailer, Visiondirect.co.uk, want to find the most idyllic sunset landscapes as the sun goes down on summer and give you the chance to Win a Canon a top of the range EOS 70D SLR Camera
We defy anyone not to be captivated by a beautiful sunset this season, wherever you are, be it Hampshire or Hawaii, Northampton or New York! And although most photos capturing this spectacle are great to look at, it takes skill, precision and timing to do a breathtaking sunset justice.
Whether you’ve taken an early evening beach walk, or your window looks over the city, a few simple how-tos can make the difference between an unfocused snapshot and a winning photograph…
• Timing is key; making sure you are ready for an half hour interval around point of sunset ensures you’re behind the camera for the magic moment itself.
• Think carefully about your location, be it reflection from a body of water, or silhouettes of buildings or trees, these elements can really enhance the composition of your photo.
• Make the most of your camera; use panorama shots to pack as much of the sunset as you like, or try flash to play with illumination of foreground objects.
Once you’ve experimented, show Visiondirect.co.uk the best of your iconic snaps and one lucky entrant will then win a Canon EOS 70D SLR Camera worth £1,000!
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