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Kim Furry
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Just got back from a Holiday trip to Southern Utah's National Parks.  I tried to get a different perspective of the North Window in Arches.  Usually you see the sunburst pictures of Mesa Arch in Island in the Sky Canyonlands.  I didn't mean to get the photographer, but I like his silhouette, so I kept him in.  3 image pano shot with my 5DIII, 24-105.  ISO 320, 24mm, f22, 1/80.  Would have liked more rays on my Sunburst, but that's the smallest f-stop I had.  I'm always looking for comments, suggestions, and constructive criticism.  Thanks in advance and Happy New Year!
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Just got back from a Holiday trip to Southern Utah's National Parks.  I tried to get a different perspective of the North Window in Arches.  Usually you see the sunburst pictures of Mesa Arch in Island in the Sky Canyonlands.  I didn't mean to get the photographer, but I like his silhouette, so I kept him in.  3 image pano shot with my 5DIII, 24-105.  ISO 320, 24mm, f22, 1/80.  Would have liked more rays on my Sunburst, but that's the smallest f-stop I had.  I'm always looking for comments, suggestions, and constructive criticism.  Thanks in advance and Happy New Year!
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Just got back from a Holiday trip to Southern Utah's National Parks.  I tried to get a different perspective of the North Window in Arches.  Usually you see the sunburst pictures of Mesa Arch in Island in the Sky Canyonlands.  I didn't mean to get the photographer, but I like his silhouette, so I kept him in.  3 image pano shot with my 5DIII, 24-105.  ISO 320, 24mm, f22, 1/80.  Would have liked more rays on my Sunburst, but that's the smallest f-stop I had.  I'm always looking for comments, suggestions, and constructive criticism.  Thanks in advance and Happy New Year!
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This is a panorama shot with my 600mm lens.  I don't do a lot of B&W conversions, so any recommendations would be welcomed.  I processed the color image in LR, after stitching in PS.  I then manipulated it in SilverEffex Pro 2.  I'm not sure which preset I used, unfortunately, then added a red filter and brightened up the whites.  I wanted the dark sky without loosing the detail in the foreground trees.  I had a hard time keeping the detail in the pines in the foreground.  Thanks in advance for any help.
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This is a panorama shot with my 600mm lens.  I don't do a lot of B&W conversions, so any recommendations would be welcomed.  I process the color image in LR, after stitching in PS.  I then manipulated it in SilverEffex Pro 2.  I'm not sure which preset I used, unfortunately, then added a red filter and brightened up the whites.  I wanted the dark sky without loosing the detail in the foreground trees.  I had a hard time keeping the detail in the pines in the foreground.  Thanks in advance for any help.
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This is a panorama shot with my 600mm lens.  I don't do a lot of B&W conversions, so any recommendations would be welcomed.  I process the color image in LR, after stitching in PS.  I then manipulated it in SilverEffex Pro 2.  I'm not sure which preset I used, unfortunately, then added a red filter and brightened up the whites.  I wanted the dark sky without loosing the detail in the foreground trees.  I had a hard time keeping the detail in the pines in the foreground.  Thanks in advance for any help.
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This is a panorama shot with my 600mm lens.  I don't do a lot of B&W conversions, so any recommendations would be welcomed.  I process the color image in LR, after stitching in PS.  I then manipulated it in SilverEffex Pro 2.  I'm not sure which preset I used, unfortunately, then added a red filter and brightened up the whites.  I wanted the dark sky without loosing the detail in the foreground trees.  I had a hard time keeping the detail in the pines in the foreground.  Thanks in advance for any help.
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Beautiful day in SW Colorado.  Unfortunately no snow, but great weather for shooting.  The adult that was sitting on the tree close to this Juvenile Bald Eagle flew away as soon as I got out of my car.  Fortunately this young bird hung out until I left after sunset.  I was hoping it would fly away before the sunset, so I could try to get some in flight shots.  I definitely need to practice that aspect of wildlife photography.  As always, all comments are welcome, especially constructive criticism and/or recommendations.
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Beautiful day in SW Colorado.  Unfortunately no snow, but great weather for shooting.  The adult that was sitting on the tree close to this Juvenile Bald Eagle flew away as soon as I got out of my car.  Fortunately this young bird hung out until I left after sunset.  I was hoping it would fly away before the sunset, so I could try to get some in flight shots.  I definitely need to practice that aspect of wildlife photography.  As always, all comments are welcome, especially constructive criticism and/or recommendations.
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I saw a close up picture of the moon setting over this main peak (La Plata Mountains) near Durango Colorado about 4 yrs ago.  Since that time I have been trying to figure out which month would place the moon in the right place to get a panoramic image with the mountain range, moon setting, and early glow of the sunrise.  This is the closest I have come.  Ideally, I want the moon a bit farther north and closer to the mountains while the mountains remain pink.  I used Photo Ephemeris which helped, but still didn't get me the exact position and timing I was looking for.  Moral of the story, as we have all heard many times, plan ahead, envision the shot, then keep trying until you actually get it.

All comments and recommendations are welcome and thanks for looking at it.
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