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July 1

We Share This World

Bonnie Lampley

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Just before sunset on a Mendocino County, California, beach. There were lots of animal tracks that hadn’t been obliterated by people tromping all over. This scene caught my eye because of the variety of tracks. Really brought to mind that we share this place with lots of other critters.

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July 4

Remembering Phil Hodgkins

Bill Fach

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It is with a heavy heart that it is my sad duty to let you know that our Moderator of many years, Phil Hodgkins, passed away June 7. As some of you may have known, Phil’s wife passed away in January and subsequently Phil decided to move from his home in Savannah, Georgia to Valdez, Alaska to live with one of his four sons. In a fortuitous coincidence my wife Chrissy and I were planning a trip to Yellowstone at the exact time Phil anticipated going through there himself. We have conversed many times over the years by email, text and phone regarding NPN and general life issues but had never met in person. We were able to meet at the Madison Campground June 3 and spent the early morning June 4 shooting the Yellowstone Canyon together and with Mark Seaver later in the day. We parted company that evening as Phil wanted to get some rest and set off early the next morning for Helena, Montana. We noticed his campsite was empty the morning of June 5 and figured he was safely on his way.

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July 5

Flatirons Sunrise, Boulder, Colorado

Chris Rice

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Combination of two bracketed exposures; one for the sky, one for the foreground.
Sony a7ii 28mm, f/9, ISO 50

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July 6

Mt. McGown - Sawtooths

Brent Watkins

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This is my virgin post. I look forward greatly to hearing critique. I’m a big believer in continual growth in photography.

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July 5

Misty corn field

Chris Mitchell

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Hi all. I’ve been eyeing up this field for a while now and was hoping for some epic storm clouds but we were recently hit with this mist instead. This worked out for the best really as the background was fairly busy.

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Here is the edit which incorporates feedback:

  • Adjusted contrast in midtones
  • Masked out the midtone contrast adjustments in the meadow and reflection
  • Added a skosh more vignette on the lower portion of the frame (LRC mostly)
  • Removed some of the branches coming down from the top of the frame (hope I got the ones you were talking about @Marylynne_Diggs)
Brent Watkins

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Mt. McGown - Sawtooths

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1+2: I would crop enough off the left to lose the tree in the lower lefthand

I played around a bit, hope you don’t mind. In addition to the changes I listed above, I moved a vertical slice of the middle of the image to the right, and then stretched the left side to make more space and crunched the right side smaller to keep the aspect ratio. I also added a slight vignette and desaturated a bit more (just my personal taste).

Brent Clark

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Flatirons Sunrise, Boulder, Colorado

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How the Mighty Birch has Fallen

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