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Old Jan 18, 2014, 7:37 PM   #1
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Default A drive down Highway 40

A drive down Highway 40 in Kanaskis
from this morning .
Just West of Calgary

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Old Jan 18, 2014, 8:29 PM   #2
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Fred: those shots are all so good that I can't even pick a favorite. I like them all. An excellent job on that series!!!
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I think my GF has been down that highway driving to some ranch outside of Calgary to do horseback riding up in that range. Beautiful country.
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Beautiful.
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Oh my! BEAUTIFUL scenery and beautifully imaged, ya did well Fred.
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That is certainly God's country and what beautiful images. Nice job!!! Did you do any PP or is OOC.
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Old Jan 19, 2014, 12:58 PM   #7
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Thank you for looking and the VERY nice comments
Steven, Greg , chiPersei, Bob and James

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That is certainly God's country and what beautiful images. Nice job!!! Did you do any PP or is OOC.
Hi James
1,2 and 5 are OOC .jpg ( I am jpg shooter )
No. 3 needed the shadows lightened . the trees were way too dark
and No. 4 needed fill flash. The OOC image was a little too dark

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Old Jan 19, 2014, 1:03 PM   #8
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I am beginning to shoot more jpeg as well. The images coming out of the E-3 look pretty darn good to me and I do not know if there is a benefit shooting RAW and then immediately convert to jpeg. Your pics again prove this. I think with RAW it pretty much puts the camera back in your hand to correct things you cannot correct by editing jpeg images.
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Hey Fred, I like these images and the scenery is breath taking, nicely done, balancing white snow and deep blue skies isn't an easy task and you did well.
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Hey Fred, I like these images and the scenery is breath taking, nicely done, balancing white snow and deep blue skies isn't an easy task and you did well.

Thank you ramcewan

I am looking forward to the day the white stuff disappears
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