Alaska Photography Tips

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Re: Alaska Photography Tips

Leswick II wrote:

Mary, some of us are telling you that image usually require some type of editing (I'd echo that too). Although I try to do as much as I can in the camera, I admit that one has to do some tweaking, whether it's pulling some shadows, tinting it the way one prefers, etc, etc. The point is, the more you do in your camera, the less compromises (quality of the pic) you'd have to deal with later.

Also, whatever camera/lens you use, make sure you KNOW what you are doing: and wingin' it during a trip of a lifetime.....well, you likely understand what that means as to results.

Thank you, Les.  I'm working on learning.  I appreciate what you're saying and I'm trying very hard to get prepared for this Alaska trip!

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