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Old Aug 9, 2007, 6:02 PM   #11
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Torgy, my lightweight monopod was the envy of the rustic stick carriers.
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Old Aug 10, 2007, 6:50 AM   #12
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#1stands forinvitationto me

Very nice series which draws in the observer!
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Bahadir, you are certainly invited. July to mid August are usually the best time--you can pick up a hiking stick at the beginning of the trail.
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a nice set of shots, thanks for posting
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Old Aug 12, 2007, 4:17 AM   #15
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This is the path that leads deeper into the forest:
I hade a thread where I asked for some tips on topic Overcast Photo, especially landscape.

Here you have help from the sun. What´s your best advice on avoiding flatness in overcast conditions, light- and colourwise I mean

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Torgny, it looks as if you're doing well regardless of the light in that other series, but my only recommendation is expose well and punch it up if needed in post processing. LightZone is really good at extending range (similar to Adam's zone system,) or adjust curves in PS. Another approach would be (usually with a tripod) making exposures for different light levels then superimposing the images. It will be interesting for others to comment along these or other lines.
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