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Old Mar 29, 2007, 8:16 PM   #1
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What can be said without contributing to the inflation of words? A new terminology or going back to the origin of the words?

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WOW! But it seems you are caught between a rock and a hard place - the mountain is a bit too light and the woods a bit too dark.


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Great shot Gallatin,

We are planning a trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons in June and your pictures are getting us even more excited about goingI really like the framing with the trees and the cloud on the top. You got really lucky to have such clear blue sky days!!

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WOW! But it seems you are caught between a rock and a hard place - the mountain is a bit too light and the woods a bit too dark.



I agree. I couldn't really fix them without getting a super overprocessed look (which I really dislike) so I left it as is. It's just a snapshot anyway as I was leaving the park at sunrise.
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Great shot Gallatin,

We are planning a trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons in June and your pictures are getting us even more excited about goingI really like the framing with the trees and the cloud on the top. You got really lucky to have such clear blue sky days!!

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Thanks Mugmar! Grand Teton and Yellowstone are really amazing places. If you like nature photography, they are the top of the top in the lower 48. You will be like a kid in a candy store. I also spend alot of time in Glacier National Park. June should be a great time. The rivers will likely be muddy and high, but everything will be green.



And yeah, I did get lucky with the sky. For the previous week it was nothing but ice/snow storms and freezing weathe rin September! Of course, the blue sky came on the day I left.
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Great composition!... with a subject matter to die for
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Now that's some tough lighting conditions! Great result anyway. (I keep telling myself to invest in a graduated neutral density filter for these kinds of shots but haven't got around to it yet)

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Now that's some tough lighting conditions! Great result anyway. (I keep telling myself to invest in a graduated neutral density filter for these kinds of shots but haven't got around to it yet)

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Ollie, you took the words right out of my mouth. :G

You really go too wrong with the Tetons in your picture. Fantastic!

I hope you don't mind, I fussed with your photo a bit in Elements and was able to bring out some of the tree detail. I'm sure you tried the same but decided against it.
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Old Apr 7, 2007, 6:24 AM   #10
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Steve, the degree of tree details arejust fine in your edit. More of itmight steal away from thegrandeur of the mountain at the background!!!I belivehavingthe original JPEG or the RAW file wouldbe great of course : )Anyway, I am tempted to touch the image so as to add a little bitmore punch to my 'subject matter'. Hope, our kind Landlord, Gallatin, does not get angry at me:G
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