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kscherer
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2020-09-14, 14:47

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so I’ve mostly been taking macro shits as of late.


Maybe you should consider a change in your diet?
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2020-09-14, 19:05

Nah, that wouldn’t be any fun.
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Ryan
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2020-09-19, 21:05

My latest, Lookout Peak above Silverton:


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2020-09-25, 08:26

Still working through the photos I brought back from Silverton:

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2020-09-25, 09:35

I like the perspective in that one. Had to figure out which way was downhill in it.
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2020-09-26, 23:58

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I like the perspective in that one. Had to figure out which way was downhill in it.
It was a tricky angle for sure. Where the water ends in that photo is another waterfall.

I also messed with the perspective by enlarging the mountains in the background. This is what it looks like with the perspective blend:

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2021-01-02, 21:41

Sunset over the Fins and Hoodoos of Canyonlands


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Ryan
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2021-01-02, 22:29

This one's from earlier this evening, up in Rocky Mountain. Got a bit nervous walking onto to the ice.

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2021-01-03, 00:42

Think of warmer, cheerier days.

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!Marc!
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2021-03-11, 04:14

So this thread still lives, must have been 10 years...Its been a long time, but I am getting back into photography at the moment, just bought a Sony A7ii, and should be receiving a 20mm f1.8 in a few days. Until then, here is some pics from my kit lens.



Pictures from Cinnamon Beach, Mandal, Norway.
I will be very much into light painting and astrophotography, sunsets and sunrises. The reason for my purchase is that in the summer I am going to go on a cycletour from Kristiansand to Nordkapp, and want to document the journey with sunrises, sunsets and astro from the entire country. Then I will be up in the arctic circle for a while to get some snaps of the aurora...so I am practising my skills, or lack of them during this cold dark time.
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2021-03-11, 11:40

Sounds like a lot fun, hope to see some of those photos!
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2021-03-11, 13:20

Can you explain what you did for the night shot? Was it a long exposure with you walking the light around?


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2021-03-11, 15:11

Btw, what editors are people using. I refuse subscription so I'm almost happy with affinity. Tried coral aftershot and paintshop but didn't like either much.

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2021-03-11, 15:21

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Can you explain what you did for the night shot? Was it a long exposure with you walking the light around?


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Basically yes, i have a very bright headtorch that i walked around with for 15 seconds on about iso100, but it's stacked with a 30 second exposure of the stars on iso 1600...iirc.

Here's another using same technique


I've been looking through the last few pages..Ryan is hitting the ball out the park

My inspiration is this guy...
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-K...hH1lEdA/videos

Hopefully I will be as good in the winter
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2021-03-11, 20:33

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Btw, what editors are people using. I refuse subscription so I'm almost happy with affinity. Tried coral aftershot and paintshop but didn't like either much.
After trying many other programs I went back to Lightroom/Photoshop. I don't like the fee, but no other programs have all the features, and most of them have almost full price updates that make them no cheaper per year to keep them up to date. I was using Nikon's own free software for a long time, since it has much better RAW conversion for my Nikon cameras D850 and Z6, but it is somewhat lacking feature wise compared to Lightroom. I still curse Apple for killing Aperture.
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2021-03-19, 17:27



Finally got a reasonable milky with my new 20mm f1.8 and a very dark sky. Now I need to find a more open space and make this a panorama.
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Ryan
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2021-05-30, 19:09

Some fun exploring a couple slot canyons around Utah.





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drewprops
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2021-05-31, 06:23

Wow!! That shaft of light!!

What's going on in the final photo?


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Ryan
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2021-05-31, 11:05

What do you mean?
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drewprops
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2021-05-31, 17:03

What is that vertical man-made thing? It looks like part of something old. I assume that it was used as an ersatz ladder, but it doesn't look like a travel ladder.



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2021-05-31, 19:01

It's a log with some steps nailed into it to help hikers get above that fall and keep hiking up the canyon.

https://www.kanarrafalls.com/
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