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May 03, 2014 13:55 |  #16

Looks better than Colorado, IMO. Damn, I need to get there.


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May 03, 2014 18:11 |  #17

FuzzSummit wrote in post #16877754 (external link)
Thanks for the comments everyone.
Regarding the foreground, it was a conscious decision to shoot wide open, to get the look I wanted.

Absolutely your call. But, I believe that one of the principles of wide angle landscape photography is to try and have everything in focus. Images are usually judged on that basis. In my opinion, having the foreground blurred is a distraction.


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May 18, 2014 00:32 as a reply to  @ cerett's post |  #18
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NICE JOB!

2 & 3 are my pick...


It's a stunning country alright...I wouldn't live anywhere else...


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May 18, 2014 05:08 |  #19

Wow i loved all of them number 3 for is the beast


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May 22, 2014 11:07 |  #20

I prefer the blurred foreground in the first shot...not as much in the other, as I think the lake and reflections would have looked cool in-focus. But damn, these are so f'ing sharp.


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May 22, 2014 22:55 |  #21

Stunning B&W on that last posted image!


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May 23, 2014 14:34 |  #22

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Love this photo alot, The angle and DOF is interesting. Is that in-camera or post-production?

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May 23, 2014 15:23 |  #23

DarvinKManwah wrote in post #16925145 (external link)
Love this photo alot, The angle and DOF is interesting. Is that in-camera or post-production?

In-camera, no PP blurring or "special effects". That was shot at f/2.8.
1, 2, and 4 were shot with the 70-200/2.8, and 3 and 5 were shot with the 35L.


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