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Perseids Meteor shooting across the Milky Way. Image captured at Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area located outside Columbia, MO.
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Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area #2
SUNSET TO SUNUP Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area John Gilbert Saturday August 4, 2018 and its back to Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area outside Columbia, MO to shoot the Milky Way.  This took some advanced planning because we had to get a permit from the Departm...
Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area #2
Eagle Bluffs Conservation Area #2
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Eagle Bluffs
EAGLE BLUFFS CONSERVATION AREA by John Gilbert - Photographer July 21, 2018 On Saturday July 21, 2018 fellow "Friends of Eagle Bluffs Photography Club" member Bob Colvin and I headed to Columbia, MO to photograph the Sunflowers at the University of Missouri...
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Castle Rock Badlands: The above is a photograph of the Sunset during a thunder storm south of our location and which was moving east. It took place at Castle Rock which is a large limestone pillar landmark in Gove County, Kansas. The formation and the nearby badlands are located in the Smoky Hills region of Kansas, which is approximately 11 miles south of I-70 near Quinter, Kansas.

Listed as one of the 8 wonders of Kansas and part of the "Overland Trail".
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CASTLE ROCK
CASTLE ROCK Photographing The Milky Way July 13, 2018 Recently I signed up for a one day/one night workshop on photographing the Milky Way.  I was accompanied by two friends, Niala Branson and Sharon Tuschhoff from the Cape Girardeau area who are both membe...
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Eagle Bluff
A DAY AT EAGLE BLUFF CONSERVATION AREA Columbia, Missouri July 8, 2018 The high for the day was 90° but during my morning visit it was in
the low to mid 80’s.   The sky was clear
and it was a sunny bright day.   There
weren’t a lot pf people in the area; ho...
Eagle Bluff
Eagle Bluff
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SHARPENING METHODS IN PHOTOSHOP
SHARPENING METHODS IN PHOTOSHOP Software that sharpens an image does so by looking for parts
of an image which has significant changes in color or luminosity and it applies
contrast to pixels on either side of those changes therefore it gives the
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SUNSET ON THE MISSISSIPPI
SUNSET ON THE MISSISSIPPI: It has been awhile since I posted to this blog.   I hope that as I evolve in photography that I improve with both the capturing of the subject and the processing of it as well.   First let's list the equipment I used for this shot...
SUNSET ON THE MISSISSIPPI
SUNSET ON THE MISSISSIPPI
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Bear Lake's Hallett Peak #2 As the light continued to rise the colors began to change and we went for pinks to yellows. This was an amazing light show.
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Bear Lake's Hallett Peak #1 is a 20 second exposure. Went to Bear Lake. Got up and on the road by the 4:30am. Took us 45 minutes to get there from our motel in Longmont, CO. It should be noted that Bear Lake Rd is closed to through traffic after 9:00am due to very limited parking at Bear Lake. We got there around 5:30am and already there were a lot of cars there. We scoped out the locations and I selected our spots which we shared with other photographers who were also out of State. Niala selected a location not too far from me with both locations being on the Lake with the mountains in the background and the slopes in fall foliage. Our positions were facing south-west so as the sun rose it hit the face of the mountain at an angle. There was a huge cloud just over the tip of the tallest mountain. As the sun rose you could see the light slide across the mountain and the fall foliage as the shadows slithered away to the breaking dawn. The clouds served as a diffuser and spray colors of pink and mauve turning to shades of yellow and finally white. This was breath taking to witness and something I will remember. My photo friends and I were ecstatic and expressed our glee verbally while in the background you could hear the cameras clicking away. We just couldn’t capture enough versions of the changing light and this all happens in seconds. https://jmgilbertphoto.pixels.com/index.html?tab=images
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