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Old 3rd of August 2010 (Tue)   #1
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Old 3rd of August 2010 (Tue)   #2
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Oooh, lovely. I'm heading to Creston tomorrow for a few days – looking forward to doing some wandering with my camera.

(edited to say that I know this is nowhere near Creston, but I know you do a lot of shooting in the Kootenays )
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Old 3rd of August 2010 (Tue)   #3
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Thanks for your comment... I hope you enjoy your visit to Creston... If you will be doing any bird photography there is a great little booklet called 'Creston Valley Birds' by a friend of mine at Black Bear Books with a map of the area & birdwatching sites... or if you would like someone to show you a few spots let me know
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I'll check that book out, thanks! I actually grew up in Creston. Won't have all the time I'd like for photography – it's a family visit – but I'll squeeze in what I can.
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Old 4th of August 2010 (Wed)   #5
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Nice shot.
I need to get out west again.
What lens did you use?
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Nice HDR capture.
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Nice work, Brent. I was there some years ago, but may return during this upcoming visit to AB/BC.
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Very, very nice.

Can you share the details? Lens, exposure settings, any filters used?
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Nice shot! I'd also like to know if any filters were used.
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Gorgeous shot
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Lens? Looks like a very short focal length. there is some major perspective distortion going on - the trees on the left are all leaning left. My guess like 10 to 12mm on a crop dSLR.
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Appreciate all your comments... thanks!
Shot with an XTi with a EFS 17 - 85 @ 17 mm.. with a polarizer ISO 200 f/8
No HDR but did you use a Topaz Adjust software filter... exposure stretch or photo pop...
This is a photomerge of 14 images & is where the perspective distortion is coming from...
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Super photo Brent! I love the way you capture the water.
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Thanks Lil... appreciate your comment!
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Nice work Brent. The place looks huge!
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