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    Are you using HDR in your images?

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    Late Fall??? I have not even mentally prepared for early fall! HA!

    Really nice shot tho.
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    RayFromAlaska...
    Not trying to get your secrets (hehe). But been watching your posts for awhile... is this photo at the same location as a few of your other seasonal photos?
    Putting together a series of shots, maybe?

    I like the idea... and of course the photo's look good too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stogey View Post
    RayFromAlaska...
    Not trying to get your secrets (hehe). But been watching your posts for awhile... is this photo at the same location as a few of your other seasonal photos?
    Putting together a series of shots, maybe?

    I like the idea... and of course the photo's look good too!
    Yes, same area. It looks different avery time I go there, so I keep on taking more photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneLunG View Post
    Are you using HDR in your images?
    No HDR, just a JPEG version of a RAW photo.

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    What camera and the likes are you using? (Your picture looks awesome, really stands out!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneLunG View Post
    What camera and the likes are you using? (Your picture looks awesome, really stands out!)
    Thanks. I use a Canon 40D. The lens is a Tokina 12-24mm f/4. Not the fastest, but a very solid lens overall.

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    Very nice Ray. Some day I would like to come up and explore that area with the camera!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt'N'Photos View Post
    Very nice Ray. Some day I would like to come up and explore that area with the camera!
    Noooo! Stay in Los Anchorage, please

    Thanks for the nice comment. If you ever have the time, look around Summit Lake. Beautiful area, with lots of photo opportunities from wildlife to landscapes. But the weather must be right, since it often rains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfromAK View Post
    Thanks. I use a Canon 40D. The lens is a Tokina 12-24mm f/4. Not the fastest, but a very solid lens overall.
    I will gladly take a 'slow' lens over a fast lens any day of the week.

    It is a complete "waste" of money ( in my professional opinion) to purchase a fast lens over a much slower lens.

    The reason I make this absurd claim is that I will never create an image using aperature full open.

    Another Great image Ray, you have an obvious talent for composition.

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    Great shot Ray! Boy does that make you want to wet a worm or what!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    I will gladly take a 'slow' lens over a fast lens any day of the week.

    It is a complete "waste" of money ( in my professional opinion) to purchase a fast lens over a much slower lens.

    The reason I make this absurd claim is that I will never create an image using aperature full open.

    Another Great image Ray, you have an obvious talent for composition.
    Thank you for the nice comments.
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    Trapperrick: that's a real good fishing spot, too. The deepest area is to the left, where there is a large cloud reflection on the water. I usually canoe around this place (after moose season), but this year I ran out of time. It started snowing a couple of days after I took the photo.

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