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  1. #10531
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    Nice photo Turo and well done for the capture in both senses.
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  2. #10532
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    It's actually three photos but who's counting



    I used a Matt Klowskowski soft focus preset. I am interested to see what people think. A version without the preset is here.

  3. #10533
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottman_00 View Post
    i want to say elk....but i have no clue
    is that real ? looks freakin HUGE !

    i prefer the original rich. i think thats a HDR candidate.
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  4. #10534
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    I looked at both on Flickr, and I prefer the original as well,
    soft focus on this scene mucks up he mid/light tones.
    - Rich

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  5. #10535
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    Quote Originally Posted by rawpaw18 View Post
    I looked at both on Flickr, and I prefer the original as well,
    soft focus on this scene mucks up he mid/light tones.
    agree with rawpaw...dont like what has happened to mid/light tones...
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  6. #10536
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    Thanks guys. I agree with all three of you the original is my preference.

  7. #10537
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    Just spent hours backing up old photos on disks.
    Tell me again, why do we do this hobby?
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  8. #10538
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Tell me again, why do we do this hobby?
    For shots like that, Great moment in time!
    - Rich

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  9. #10539
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Just spent hours backing up old photos on disks.
    Tell me again, why do we do this hobby?
    exactly for the reason you have on your photo...to capture priceless moments
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  10. #10540
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Just spent hours backing up old photos on disks.
    Tell me again, why do we do this hobby?
    Blackmail ammunition to ensure we are looked after appropriately in our old age.

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