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Old 01-11-2020, 09:17 PM   #3201
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That is a beautiful picture. Thanks
I always love the scenery when the cedars are heavy with a frost. It is a beautiful site.
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Thanks - The conditions always make or break a photo. And frost/ice/snow sticky to trees really makes the photo.
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I always wanted to be a rock or ice climber. But it took photoshop to boost me up the ice fall a bit. Taken on this morning's hike at Starved Rock State Park, Utica, Illinois.
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Our nearly 13 year old Border Collie Cabot in the barn at the lake. He and his mutt/rescue sister logged 485 miles hiking with me in 2019. Our goal was 500 miles, but early winter snow slowed us down.

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Can't see the file attachment. It may be too large to upload.
If you are referring to doneat54's post, I can see both large and small versions.

Excellent photo BTW. Incredibly sharp, great detail. (Not to mention the emotional impact. <grin>)
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Very nice doneat54! Nice clear photo of a good looking hiking partner!
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This is an experimental time lapse I just completed yesterday. I blended a time lapse with slow motion video shot with the same settings. You can get some pretty nice effects. It was shot near our condo around Palm Beach Florida. The camera is a Lumix G9 with a Sigma 18-35mm F/1.8 and Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 lens. The Lumix G9 doesn't crop 4K video so it makes shooting this type of video easier. It also can shoot 4K at 60 FPS or 1080P up to 180 FPS.

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This is an experimental time lapse I just completed yesterday. I blended a time lapse with slow motion video shot with the same settings.
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This is an experimental time lapse I just completed yesterday. I blended a time lapse with slow motion video shot with the same settings. You can get some pretty nice effects. It was shot near our condo around Palm Beach Florida. The camera is a Lumix G9 with a Sigma 18-35mm F/1.8 and Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8 lens. The Lumix G9 doesn't crop 4K video so it makes shooting this type of video easier. It also can shoot 4K at 60 FPS or 1080P up to 180 FPS.
Blended in-camera and came out that way or in post processing?
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Sunrise at Acadia NP last October, and a B&W to go with Ronstar's.
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The last photo from our recent trip to Utah. Taken on the road leaving Moab heading home.
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