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  1. #2601
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    That TS shot is blowing my mind, good stuff Lukas
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  2. #2602
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    Thanks DPR
    Lukas

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  3. #2603
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    McBride Glacier source of the bergy bits a few shots back.
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  4. #2604
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    Both great shots. The cracked mud shot has an apocalyptic vibe that might be a little strong for casual display, but makes a strong statement.
    Three from a couple weekends ago, all on the same day in a relatively short distance.

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  5. #2605
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    #2 of the raincloud is staggering good. Incredible.
    Critique most definitely desired...

  6. #2606
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    Mt Roberts trail looking back towards the Juneau Airport. I really should have carried the ND grads on the hike.
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  7. #2607
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    Very nice shots guys. I agree that the second shot is the best of the three.

    Ken, I wish I had done a lot of things differently on many shots... live and learn. A nice shot in spite of not having the ND grad. Definately a tough exposure, done well.
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  8. #2608
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    Thanks. I wasn't too sure about the 2nd. I made the sepia version because it was otherwise almost devoid of color.

    You don't need an ND grad, just a real sensor .

  9. #2609
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    Raven,

    Yeah, but I still want a real viewfinder. I think that the sky would have blown out regardless.

  10. #2610
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlkaPhunk View Post
    TheObiJuan --> Very nice Pano !!
    Just a lil' point about the "burned" clouds...
    Geoff --> So original centering you got there, with these pannels.
    I like it a lot. Great eye

    Here's a shot i made 8 years ago from Thar desert, Rajasthan (India)


    (have been scanned no so greatly...) [Small Rollei Compact camera]
    This is very nice!!! I have never been to a desert.

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