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Newest Lightroom Update

I reviewed a video on some of the new features for the recent update of Lightroom.¬† Some interesting additions and the re-positioning of some of the options that were sort of buried. Most of the updates were on the subject … Continue reading

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Sunrise Revisited

This sunrise was from early January. I went back to play with it a bit in lightroom. Settings were 28 mm,100 ISO, f/5, 1/60 of a second. I thought the foreground would be interesting to see versus a silhouette.

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More Wide Angle Lens

These shots were taken in the McDowell Mountain range here in Scottsdale. I used the Tokina 16-28 lens here also. This is a great lens and probably comparable to the Nikon in sharpness. The only negative is that you can … Continue reading

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Wide Angle Lens

During my trip to Sedona this week, I used my 16-28 mm Tokina 2.8 lens most of the time. I wanted to try to get the foreground in focus as well as to the mountains in the distance. Two of … Continue reading

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Cropping Question

Here are two photos of the wild horses at the Salt River. My question is one is cropped very close and the other is not. Just curious what my photo friends preference might be?  

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Lens Filter

I had good intentions this morning to drive a bit north to see if I could catch some snow on the far mountains. I did not want to go too far since I had some commitments later today. Traveled a … Continue reading

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Glacier Calving

These two shots are from our Alaska trip last summer. At the end of the glacier the falling ice is called calving. You will notice that one shot catches the ice in mid-air and the other when it enters the … Continue reading

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