Craig from Nevada

Craig from Nevada

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Joined on Apr 7, 2012

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  • Replied in Yeah, but.....
    I was saving this shot for the Sunday 'Scapes but I guess I will have to go out and make some more on Saturday. I shoot JPEGs and RAW together. If I like the JPEG out of the camera, I will usually ...
  • Replied in Yeah, but.....
    The virtues of the 11-22mm.
  • LOL, Rich.  You have given us a bonus this week with some good photos and a great tale (folks can substitute alternative spellings of this word as deemed necessary and appropriate) to go with these. ...
  • Peter, This was the one place that I could get away from some of the smoke this past Friday.  The prevailing winds are from the west.  It is a 90 minute drive from home and I spent all but the last ...
  • A comparison of the 8mm FE to the 14-35mm.  I didn't do a lot to the photo in term of correcting distortion.  I didn't have my 7-14mm with me--we have a love-hate relationship--and right now we ...
  • Stew, A nice set of images.  The skies are a bit gray as they were here in Nevada on Monday, but you have managed to capture a bit of life in your part of the world--the commerce continues and so ...
  • Dave, Actually it rained a bit here yesterday for the first time in months--I actually had to turn the wipers due to the rain for the first time since May.   A couple drops fell on the trail ...
  • Thanks, Rich. The 8mm is a lot easier to use out-of-doors than the 7-14mm and easier to pack.  Mountain lakes are fun to shoot with it.  I took a quick loop of the lake and headed back--believe it ...
  • Replied in Various, Again
    I really like the first image.  The reflection in the window really captures a little bit of the life outside shop.
  • I am very fortunate to love where I do.   I just need to get going early in the morning.  It is just takes some driving to get to these places.  Out here in the west 70 or 100 miles is nothing. As ...
  • Rich, A terrific set of images and a great story to match.  The photos of the horse race are excellent.  I particularly like the shot of the horses in the stable.
  • Thank you, Andrew.  The first shot was modified only a bit--mostly just an old fashioned crop. The second shot I tried to keep the fisheye look with the granite shores in the foreground with the ...
  • Yes, there is a Kinney Reservoir and there are  Kinney Lakes (upper and lower).  I was out and about today with the E-620 and 8mm. Kinney Reservoir Kinney Lake (Upper)
  • Looks very interesting.  The light and shadows on the land are great.  The hills have a really unique shape.
  • Replied in Niagara River
    It is an interesting image, Andrew. The look outs had a pretty good view of the river.  Looks like the moderns are out on their boats enjoying the summer weather.
  • This is a beautiful image.  It has be blown up to 100 percent to appreciate the detail of the rural scene with the fences and cattle.  The colour is really special too--it has sepia quality to in..
  • Replied in a slow day....
    Stew, That is one nice little shot.  A humble grill by the bay and there is a lot of detail when it is blown up 100 percent.
  • Replied in Bridges
    A really nice composition.  I like the way you fit the bridges under the first bridge.
  • Greetings Dicky, This is an interesting image telling a story--I like the colours of the water, skies and trees with the mountain in the background with the crane.  I suspect that view will be ...
  • Kaappo, The first shot really caught my attention.  The reflection on the lake is of such a quality it is tough to discern the differences between the trees and their reflections.
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