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Re: High Country-Utah [Re: Sunstruck] #31817
10/11/10 09:39 PM
10/11/10 09:39 PM
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Salt Lake City, Utah
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Salt Lake City, Utah
Thank's for the comments. They are Aspens, gold for two weeks a year. A really beautiful place I have found there.
I shoot it every year. It is the dog, in the middle shot, to me makes the picture.
James, I will get with you on the lightroom thread, when I get a few minutes. When will you be parting with your Jellystone shots?

Last edited by Marty Everhard; 10/11/10 11:59 PM.
Re: High Country-Utah [Re: Marty Everhard] #31818
10/12/10 09:27 AM
10/12/10 09:27 AM
Joined: Feb 2005
Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline OP
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Manhattan, New York, New York
Hey Marty,

Thanks. I am always open to hear more. Right now I am on the 30 day evaluation. I will plunk down the 200 bucks at the end of the 30 days. The one thing I will say is how easy I find the workflow. BTW, I put together a 6 shot pano of Mount Moran that is rather quite breath-taking. Sharp all the way through and quite beautiful. LOL, just another Mount Moran photo. :P

Anyway, I am currently putting together 3 articles. The first two are Oly and Leica field reviews. The Leica is nearly finished - I just have to pick out the photos and publish. The Olympus I am still working on. The last article will be a joint piece with my wife. Sadly, I am afraid that everyone here is going to be REALLY sick of Yellowstone and Grand Teton in the Fall by the time I am finished. :P

James

Re: High Country-Utah [Re: James Morrissey] #31819
10/12/10 07:44 PM
10/12/10 07:44 PM
Joined: Jul 2009
Connecticut
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Connecticut
Knowing the quality of your photos James, I don't think I will get tired of them at all. :-)


Penny J. Wills
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Re: High Country-Utah [Re: Sunstruck] #31820
10/12/10 07:51 PM
10/12/10 07:51 PM
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Connecticut
Sunstruck Offline
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Connecticut
Today's trip to my local waterfall.



Penny J. Wills
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Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31821
10/13/10 05:30 AM
10/13/10 05:30 AM
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Augusta, GA
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Augusta, GA
Quote:

Hey Everyone,

Fall was beautiful in Wyoming this year...perhaps the best I have seen in years (and longer in duration). This is one that I took with the Leica M9 (one of my favorites actually of the entire trip). Anyone else care to join with a photo or two??







These colors are just spectacular. Really puts me in the Fall spirit!


Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: Marie Mitchell Photography] #31822
10/13/10 12:55 PM
10/13/10 12:55 PM
Joined: Aug 2010
USA, Ohio
Attila Kegyes Offline
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USA, Ohio
Brandywine Falls, Cuyahoga Valley N.P. Ohio





Berea Falls, Celevelnd Metroparks, Ohio





Celevelnd Metroparks, Ohio



I shoot on Fuji Velvia and Astia, with Nikon F6 and Pentax Z1p with Sigma zoom lenses.
Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: Attila Kegyes] #31823
10/14/10 10:29 AM
10/14/10 10:29 AM
Joined: Feb 2005
Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline OP
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Hi Penny,

Beautiful photo - and thank you for the very kind words.

James

Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31824
10/14/10 10:31 AM
10/14/10 10:31 AM
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Manhattan, New York, New York
James Morrissey Offline OP
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Hi Attila,

Very nice photographs - my favorites are the 2nd and 3rd of the series.

Sincerely,
James

Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: James Morrissey] #31825
10/14/10 01:33 PM
10/14/10 01:33 PM
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Connecticut
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Connecticut
Beautiful photos Attila, I agree, #2 and 3 are my favorites also.


Penny J. Wills
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Re: The Fall Foliage Thread [Re: Sunstruck] #31826
10/15/10 07:41 PM
10/15/10 07:41 PM
Joined: May 2007
west Michigan, USA
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west Michigan, USA
These are excellent results.
I'm still not sure why you are still shooting with Velvia. I have found that todays digital SLR's are remarkable as good and manipulativable (is that a word?) Sure, you are used to using your media and are comfortable with it. But have you tried the newer digital SLR's?


Nolad Mechadesh
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