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On 1/6/2017 at 7:20 PM, 406dn said:

Doug, Your talent with a camera is very profound. The photo of the horse, man and dog taken as the sun was coming up behind, is one taken of me as I was waiting for the breakaway at American Falls. A copy hangs on a wall in our home. There are other photos by Doug also hanging on our walls. Each of them is a work of art.

 

 

 

 

Thanks Dave!  Glad you are enjoying 'em!  I'm not stalking you but I think that's you driving the dog/water truck in that Circle sunset photo!  

 

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Shooting RAW removes the degradation/loss of information from having the camera process your image...processing RAW allows you to degrade it all by yourself!!  xD

 

Goin' a little overboard with the post processing;

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19 minutes ago, dgfavor said:

 

Shooting RAW removes the degradation/loss of information from having the camera process your image...processing RAW allows you to degrade it all by yourself!!  xD

 

Goin' a little overboard with the post processing;

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 Positively fabulous !! Excellently done.

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Sure some spectacular photos above.  Here are a couple from Montana. There's a faint double rainbow in the first one, and the second one was taken out of my west facing window.

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