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    Morning Reflection Brant (Kayaker72) was here...

    Morning Reflection
    Brant (Kayaker72) was here for work and had the chance to connect, so I showed him a few photo spots. He always seems to bring good luck.
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    Lonely Bull Elk, Banff It's rutting season and...

    Lonely Bull Elk, Banff
    It's rutting season and the elk are doing their best to attract the ladies. I saw this guy this morning, singing loudly all to himself. Maybe he needs lessons?
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    Great entries this week, but that spider really...

    Great entries this week, but that spider really jumped out at me so Joel gets the nod. The setting with the dark background makes it even more menacing and impressive. Thanks for letting me be the...
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    Thanks everyone --- and yes this is a great...

    Thanks everyone --- and yes this is a great thread to follow.
    It was hard to go wrong in the Pantanal --- I was expecting some nice variety but was really pleasantly surprised by just how...
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    Seasons Changing (not an entry) Our favourite...

    Seasons Changing (not an entry)
    Our favourite fall hike is Pocaterra Ridge in Kananaskis, Alberta. The weather was a bit blustery but the overcast light made the colours pop just a bit more. Taken...
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    I knew I was doomed as soon as I saw his entry! ...

    I knew I was doomed as soon as I saw his entry! :)
    Congrats Jayson --- well deserved!
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    Arnica Lake, Banff National Park The larch trees...

    Arnica Lake, Banff National Park
    The larch trees are turning gold, in advance of losing their needles. This makes it the best time of year to go for a hike!
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    I had a great photo trip to the Pantanal of...

    I had a great photo trip to the Pantanal of Brazil a couple weeks ago, and I would highly recommend it for anyone looking to see jaguars and other exotic species. The jaguars are the main attraction...
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    As a follow up on this, I downloaded SyncBack and...

    As a follow up on this, I downloaded SyncBack and gave it a try. They have three versions, with the simplest being free and the two more advanced ones as paid. I tried both the free version and the...
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    I definitely like where you're going with this. ...

    I definitely like where you're going with this. The panorama crop works well, except for that log on the far right which is a bit of a distraction. I think it would be okay to clone the log out, or...
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    Cloning software

    I'm looking for advice on software for drive mirroring. I finally decided to set up a mirroring system for my external hard drive (where I keep all my raw files), so that I always have a synced copy...
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    Industrial Design (A photography tour of a...

    Industrial Design
    (A photography tour of a decommissioned gas processing plant)

    https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-dD7BdvR/0/8e0f23e1/X2/i-dD7BdvR-X2.jpg
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    Super shot, Joel. The only thing that comes to...

    Super shot, Joel. The only thing that comes to mind is perhaps you could brighten up the shadow area on the left side a little bit. There's some interesting detail in there which could possibly be...
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    Here's my own attempt at a fun story, or at least...

    Here's my own attempt at a fun story, or at least a chuckle: I'm just back from a bear photography trip to Alaska, and I got this shot yesterday evening from my own backyard. Plus the neighbours...
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    Hi Joel - welcome back to the forum! Certainly...

    Hi Joel - welcome back to the forum!
    Certainly weight matters an awful lot when you are hiking, so it's hard to resist going with the lightest possible kit. My only suggestion would be to go with...
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    I'm back from a fun bear-viewing trip to Alaska,...

    I'm back from a fun bear-viewing trip to Alaska, my second trip to this fabulous part of the world. This time we were in Katmai Park (last time was Lake Clark). As always there is no shortage of...
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    Great entries this week! I'm giving the nod to...

    Great entries this week! I'm giving the nod to Jayson for "Call to the Wild". I always admire great bird photos and I appreciate how hard it is to combine a great pose, nice backdrop, tack sharp...
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    I finally got around to scrolling through these...

    I finally got around to scrolling through these --- great shots! I also appreciate the stories that went with them. Landscape photography is all about adapting to the circumstances, and you...
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    Interesting review... I'm fascinated by this...

    Interesting review... I'm fascinated by this stuff although most of it is way over my head (mechanical engineer, barely passed my mandatory electrical course 30+ years ago). I'd like to know where...
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    Thanks for the comprehensive report! That is...

    Thanks for the comprehensive report! That is really useful information. And it just whets my appetite all the more to get there! Now hurry up and post some more photos please :)
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    Moonlight Ski The Canmore Nordic Centre,...

    Moonlight Ski

    The Canmore Nordic Centre, illuminated by the full moon this week
    Canon G7X, handheld at ISO 6400

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    If you buy me a ticket to come along, I'll let...

    If you buy me a ticket to come along, I'll let you use my gear for free! :rolleyes:
    But if you insist on renting, I'd really suggest a 14 mm of some variety. When you are that far north, the aurora...
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    I think you've nailed it there. I'm running with...

    I think you've nailed it there. I'm running with 32 GB of RAM, and when LR is chugging away I've seen the resource monitor go up as high as 16 GB usage. So when your system starts to top out at 8...
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    Nice entries! In spite of the PG-rating of...

    Nice entries! In spite of the PG-rating of Brant's picture, I'm still giving it the nod. I like the composition, the direct look from the osprey, and the post-processing including the vignetting...
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    I bought Photo Mechanic a couple years ago, at a...

    I bought Photo Mechanic a couple years ago, at a time when Lightroom was a lot slower than it is now. Photo Mechanic offers immediate full-resolution views of raw files, which makes it quite easy to...
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