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OUT MY BACK DOOR - THE END OF CHIC ROAD

As simple as it was, this scene spoke to me. See more about it here: http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/out-my-back-door-the-end-of-chic-road/
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Richard Johnson

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D4s, 24-70mm f/2.8 with a SB910 in a 54cm softbox fired by a TTL pocket wizard. CC welcome.
 
Last night we had tour and a photo opportunity and local craft brewer Stone&Wood. This is our host Mitch. One speedlight in a softbox camera left with some bounce off the white tiles.
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Right about vignette.
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The Photoshop Challenge
It is the inevitable question, "Did you use Photoshop on that?"
http://bit.ly/1FIDr4e
This week I offer some of my approaches to this challenge. My responses have evolved over time and depend on the interest and patience of the questioner, but they all start with, "YES, Absolutely".
Lupines at Dawn, Sugar Hill New Hampshire...
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Brian Snyder

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Anybody besides me having lag issues working in Photoshop CC 2015 since the upgrade?
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I get that as well at times.
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I'm loving the newest version of +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom .  The pano feature makes it fun to just go  in the backyard
+Olympus OM-D E-M1, 17mm, 1/60 @ f/2.8, ISO-200
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John Jennings

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Santa Teresa de Jesus church, Presidio, Texas
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Jim Denham

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More green rocks and waterfalls. Love Tremont.
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Thanks +Michael Brady
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Jim Denham

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FATHER'S DAY AT REELFOOT

Two new finds on an excellent day for this dad! Read more about it here: http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/fathers-day-at-reelfoot/
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Jim Denham

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PEEK-A-BOO

Back on my soap box again! Read all about it here: http://www.jimdenhamphotography.com/peek-a-boo/
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Jim Denham

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The overflowing banks of The Mississippi River
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Sharing the Light
It's one of the reasons that I love photography in New England.
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I try to bring people next to me, to share the beauty of our region.
Westmoreland, NH...
Jeff Newcomer, NEPG
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Beautiful depth
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"Sunset Flight" ....
This is a compilation as suggested by a dear old friend. The birds are from a photo that I took moments before shooting the series of photos to create the overall pano (in the newest version of +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ... so cool)
So, the next time a friend suggests something to you, give it a thought. It may turn out to be something cool.
+Olympus OM-D E-M1, 28 mm (35 mm equiv.), 1/80 @ f/8, ISO-400
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Jim Denham

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REELFOOT KNEES

Bald cypress trees are some pretty smart plants! A portion of what used to be forest in what is now Reelfoot Lake is still alive and well, some trees living to around 200 years old, mainly because they know how to survive in wet areas.

On dry ground, the bald cypress tree will grow like any other tree, but when in wetlands, it knows the ground is unsteady and will fan out at its base and will grow these knees that stick upwards out of the water - both of which help to stabilize the tree. On dry ground, they don't do either. That's a pretty smart tree!

It's also a quite beautiful one in my opinion!

f22, ISO100, 20 seconds at 18mm
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Randy A. Eckert

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A shot of a doe up in 70 Mile BC Canada.  

Kinda had a freaky smile when I was taking shots of her.  I don't remember them smiling at me like this when I use to use a rifle to shoot.  Huh!! 
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Jeff Harmon

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Who says you can't get a quality shot with a crop sensor and a kit lens?  Canon 7DMII + Canon 55-250mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens.  f/13, ISO 100.  Shutter speed 1/160 and 1/50 HDR merged in Lightroom.         
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Jim Denham

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MANTEO LIGHTHOUSE

Found a couple of images that hadn't been properly edited fom last year's trip to The Outer Banks - little presents you forgot to open on Christmas Day. This particular one is a long exposure from the Manteo Lighthouse in Manteo, NC.

f20, ISO100, 30s, 21mm

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John Fuqua

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