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Old Sep 15, 2008, 10:40 AM   #1
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Here are some of my favs from a trip up to Nakusp, definitely one of my favourite things to do when all the tourists are gone.

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7. And just to mix things up a little. 30 sec shutter at around 6am.
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Here are some of my favs from a trip up to Nakusp, definitely one of my favourite things to do when all the tourists are gone.
You have done it, Gerafix. Congratulations. Breathtaking pictures. Beautiful all of them. And something even more valuable than beautiful

Yes, tourists are a pain, especially those with all the expensive gear but without knowledge

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These are genuinely beautiful landscape photosCompositionwise,especially #1, #4 and #5 appeal to me.Still, I think #1 requiresa little wb tweak. Justsetting the graypoint(at thelevels tool ofPS) on a rock on the foreground would do, imo!
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Here are some of my favs from a trip up to Nakusp, definitely one of my favourite things to do when all the tourists are gone.
You have done it, Gerafix. Congratulations. Breathtaking pictures. Beautiful all of them. And something even more valuable than beautiful

Yes, tourists are a pain, especially those with all the expensive gear but without knowledge

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Thank you very much for the kind words Torgny Also traffic is crazy in tourist season. Not to mention finding a cheap hotel room...

Thank you bahadir, that is very nice coming from you Landscape Master 4,5,6 were my absolute favs, thought I'd finish with a bang so to speak ;p. 1 does look a little off now that I look at it again, I'll have to play with it, thank you!
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