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Should Your Photographs Reflect The Way You See The World Or The Way You Choose To See The World? Here's My Take:
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#photography #inspiration #motivation #creativity  
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 Wildwing Trail Bridge
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Iran, Azerbaijan, Kaleibar, Hasselblad 500 C/M, Carl Zeiss Distagon 50/f4 CFi, Fuji Velvia 50
Large format landscape photography techniques by mr-alvandi.com
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This photo illustrates exactly why I wanted to learn how to do HDR.  Last night we had this nice sunset in our back yard.  I took three different exposures, used Photomatix Pro, a little PS and Lightroom.  After 15 minutes of work this image resulted in what my wife and I were so admiring.  This is what I have been wanting to accomplish; making images that reflect what was really seen.  Thank you Trey and everyone else.  It isn't perfect, but I'm improving.
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Definitely +Dave Wilson well on your way. 
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This Milky Way image was captured the evening of the new moon in Bruneau Dunes State Park. Reportedly the tallest single-structured sand dune in North America rises to 470 feet (140 m) high above small lakes. The dunes at Bruneau Park located near Boise, Idaho are unique in the Western Hemisphere. Other dunes in the Americas form at the edge of a natural basin. The Bruneau dunes form near the center. The basin has acted as a natural trap for over 12,000 years. The dunes may have started with sands from the Bonneville Flood about 15,000 years ago. The prevailing winds blow from the southeast 28 percent of the time and from the northwest 32 percent of the time, keeping the dunes fairly stable. Unlike most dunes, these do not drift far.
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Bay Horse Ghost Town is north of Sun Valley, Idaho USA west of the popular Salmon River. Settled in the 1870s Bay Horse settlers discovered a rich vein of silver and the town had its start. The vein was most productive in the 1880s and 1890s before the vein became less productive. Operations continued until 1915 and then were shut down and the town of 300 residents was abandoned.

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her breast very sexy
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Iran, Tehran, Firuzkuh, Panoral 45 handmade camera, Nikkor-W 150/5.6, Cokin P121M, Fuji Velvia 50 roll film.
Large format landscape photography techniques by mr-alvandi.com
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How many faces do you spot in the mountain?

#travel #leisurescapes   #mountainscape   #mountains  
 
How many faces do you spot in the mountain?

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We counted 9 +Dennis Lundqvist 
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I would really appreciate some guidance with time lapse photography.  I have a Sony NEX 7.  It doesn't have time lapse capabilities in its menus; Sony doesn't make an intervelometer for it and cool gadgets, such as http://enlightphotopro.com/gear/ioshutterslr/ don't work for Sony products.  Can anyone suggest how I can take time lapse photos with this body?
Thank you for your help.
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Yes, thanks +Bart Crijns .  That was very helpful.  I'm pleased that there's a way to make it work.  Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
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#throwbackthursday  - The Long Way Home

Here is one of my favorite shots that was trending in Nat Geo site from earlier this year! I shot this at Cunningham falls in Maryland. 
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Near Te Anau NZ
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Sunrise (8-frame) panorama captured in Otago, New Zealand. Otago encompasses extremes from a fertile coast with sea life, to desertlike landscapes stretching out in the shadow of the magnificent Southern Alps. Processed in Lightroom 5, Photoshop CC and Nik HDR PRO.
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Grose Valley looking west from Walls Lookout, Blue Mountains, Australia.
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