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    Mostly from Oregon too. Im now in the process of planning a road trip there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    thx for sharing....marc adamus is also one of the featured photogs in that website.
    didn't realize that. only admired the pictures...

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    Can only find those type of clouds on top of Mt Kinabalu for our tropical region.......

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    i jus hate too much PS on landscape photography.

    and i hate HDR photos.


    but of cos it doesn't mean his fotos are not nice. they are very nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake View Post
    i jus hate too much PS on landscape photography.

    and i hate HDR photos.

    but of cos it doesn't mean his fotos are not nice. they are very nice.
    As far as I can see from the photogs comments and from the "no manipulation" definition page the guy did what would constitute minimum PS, i.e. levels, curves, minor dodging/burn-in, sharpening. Don't see what you mean by too much PS, 'cause anyone who works in digital will do those minimum PS.

    What the heck is HDR anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by diediealsomustdive View Post
    As far as I can see from the photogs comments and from the "no manipulation" definition page the guy did what would constitute minimum PS, i.e. levels, curves, minor dodging/burn-in, sharpening. Don't see what you mean by too much PS, 'cause anyone who works in digital will do those minimum PS.

    What the heck is HDR anyway?
    there're purists in Landscape photography. likewise there're others who love to use alot of PS. how much is alot? YMMV.

    and u dunno HDR? Higher Dynamic Range, heard of? u can run a search in the forum.
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    for landscapes.. this guy is my idol..


    note his equipment

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaren View Post
    this is really REALLY good!

    now....i feel inspired to shoot some landscapes....
    Thanks for sharing.
    Wonderful photographs indeed. Now I have something to do at work
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