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Jeffrey Newcomer

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Portsmouth Harbor Beacon
Our annual trip to Rye Beach and the New Hampshire coast was great.
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This year I focused my sunrise time on the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse.
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Wanderers
Distant haze brings out the depth in this view of the to West River in Autumn.
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West River, Dummerston, Vermont.
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Ahhh.. the woods ARE lovely and deep.
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Huntington Cascade
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Demonstrating the ability of localized negative dehaze to add depth and mystery to the dramatic cascade in Dixville Noltch New Hampshire.
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Never mind, found the answer in your blog post ;)
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Thinking 

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Jim Denham

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DEAD TREE LONG EXPOSURE

Just gotta get out there! Read more about it here: http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/dead-tree-long-exposure/
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+Barry Rosier Really appreciate that Barry! 
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Jim Denham

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#WE35  FIELD REPORT: PERFECT IMPERFECTIONS 

How the bad can sometimes be so good! From the ghost town of Element, TN - see more at the link below

http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/we35-perfect-imperfections/

+Curt Fleenor +Jerry Denham +Travis Rhoads +RJ Wilner +Ron Williams +Kristy Massey 
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John Jennings

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Afternoon skies over Far West Texas
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Brian Snyder

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One of many waterfalls at Hocking Hills State Park in Ohio.
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Not bad for Yankee land. Or to be PC,the land way down up north..
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Brian Snyder

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F.L. Ricketts Falls at Rickett's Glen State Park in Pennsylvania.
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If file is suitable and large enough, I would make print at Minimum 24×30. Or 36. Then l take it to every Prestigious Bank in town. Minimum asking price 6000$$. With all the bells and whistles, aluminum, canvas, etc. If have access to (Modeling Talent ) to Vanna White your obvious art work would be excellent investment. Almost always worked for me. Please excuse i sound sexest. Models need the work and sounds like fun anyway. I predict great things from you,or if the case may be, on to the Grand Tetons!!
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Brian Snyder

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Found this flowering lily pad in a local pond looking beautiful.
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Good beginning, now let's put some Monet into it
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Divergent
Who dares discover what lies beyond the portal?
Dummerston, Vermont
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Mr Newcomer speaks with silver tongue of insight. Who dares? I suspect you do. Surely many of us agree. And don't call me Shirley! 
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Richard Johnson

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Our neighbour Alison making coffee this morning.

Two lights, key in a grided softbox camera right and a background light on a stand outside the kitchen window lighting the green wall and providing a little bit of fill.

D4s and Nikkor 24-70 mm. 24 mm, f/4 at 1/250, 100 ISO, speedlights on TTL and pocket wizard radios.
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Murray Fox

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Symmetry
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Brian Snyder

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This panoramic scene is from our cruise ship coming into the bay to view Hubbard Glacier in Alaska. Hubbard Glacier is in the lower right and it is taller as our Norwegian cruise ship.
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Thank you
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Brian Snyder

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Hells Hollow waterfall at McConnells Mill State Park in Pennsylvania.
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Adding Depth with Negative Dehaze
Pardon the double negative.
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"Going negative" with the Dehaze tool in the newest versions of Photoshop and Lightroom can be used to add a sense of depth to your images. Check out more in this week's blog,
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Nicely Done !
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Basics
size: 4000x6000
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Shock  (Shock Series)
original size: 6000x4000
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Sweet mystery of imagery at last I've found thee. No me like whatever it is. Won't you please tell me . I'm new at this. 
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Richard Johnson

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Available light, D4s with 70-200mm f/2.8
 
Another candid from last Saturday.
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Unusual viable editorial candid. If not a candid,original editorial illustration for sunday supplant. Intrigues viewer to see face of subject

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Brian Snyder

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A small waterfalls in a park in Canton Ohio.
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Magnificent tonal range. But what am I looking at? 
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