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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

    https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-sxw8Fqs/0/90f2b15a/L/i-sxw8Fqs-L.jpg
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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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    A 1DXIII with a 500 f/4 III...... Man I'd be all...

    A 1DXIII with a 500 f/4 III...... Man I'd be all over that. Drooool..........

    I'm interested in seeing what kind of "pro body" mirrorless they come up with (probably before the 2020 Olympics). ...
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    "Ice Magic" Each year we take a look at the ice...

    "Ice Magic"
    Each year we take a look at the ice scupture competition at Lake Louise, and I time it for dusk to get either a colourful sunset or, as happened in this case, a nice cobalt blue sky. ...
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    Poll: Both are great shots — well deserved!...

    Both are great shots — well deserved! Congratulations.
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    I just got back from an organized photo tour in...

    I just got back from an organized photo tour in Costa Rica, and I have to say it was a lot of fun. The birding is phenomenal and you can also try your luck with macro shots of frogs, bugs, and...
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    It would be interesting to see if the 200-400 1.4...

    It would be interesting to see if the 200-400 1.4 TC lens gets an upgrade too. On my recent trip a guy had the Nikon 180-400 1.4 TC and it is crazy light. Super easy for hand holding and catching...
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    Even though I live in a rather photogenic...

    Even though I live in a rather photogenic location, I take most of my pictures on trips (strangely enough). I had a few fine adventures in 2018:


    Sleepy wombat in Tasmania...
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    I had a similar experience taking flash photos of...

    I had a similar experience taking flash photos of butterflies once. I would find a nice one with wings open and fire the shot, but the butterfly would react to the preflash and close the wings...
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    Got the RRS bracket today, so here's how the...

    Got the RRS bracket today, so here's how the whole setup looks right now:
    https://photos.smugmug.com/photos/i-mzBZNRc/0/332ba98f/L/i-mzBZNRc-L.jpg
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    Thanks for the feedback! I ordered the RRS flash...

    Thanks for the feedback! I ordered the RRS flash bracket, to match my existing setup and because I can orient the flash at 90 degrees from the base plate (I use a side-mount gimbal on the tripod). ...
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    Flash brackets and beamers

    Question for you birders and flash users: Do you have experience with using a flash bracket with a telephoto lens, to bring the flash forward and higher? I'm told that it gives a better reflection...
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    A waterfall hike just isn't right without snow,...

    A waterfall hike just isn't right without snow, ice, and falling tripods :p
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    I avoided looking at this thread until today, so...

    I avoided looking at this thread until today, so I could see all the entries at once. I have to say I immediately cracked a big smile when I saw Zach's entry at the top. I love the retro film look...
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