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Autumn in Wisconsin
Lens: Sigma 18-300mm Camera: K5IIs Photo Location: New Lisbon, WI. 
Posted By: c.perkins, 11-04-2017, 04:49 PM

Out this morning touring the countryside in the rain.
No snow yet

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11-04-2017, 07:25 PM   #2
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Wonderful captures. I cannot seem to achieve this type of quality when shooting under clouds. Of course, rain is even more challenging. Thanks so much for sharing.

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11-05-2017, 03:26 PM   #3
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Thank you Tony;
Been rain and mist all weekend here but it does not keep me from going out.
Also Light room is your friend

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Thank you Tony;
Been rain and mist all weekend here but it does not keep me from going out.
Also Light room is your friend

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Yes, you are correct. The last month or so, I have been attempting to avoid PPE and use the presets only in my Pentax gear. Sometimes it comes out very well, and there are times when it does not. I feel it gives me familiarity and confidence in my equipment's capabilities. Trial and error as they say.

Rgds,

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Yes, you are correct. The last month or so, I have been attempting to avoid PPE and use the presets only in my Pentax gear. Sometimes it comes out very well, and there are times when it does not. I feel it gives me familiarity and confidence in my equipment's capabilities. Trial and error as they say.

Rgds,

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Are you saying that you only shoot JPEG ?
Just asking, nothing wrong with that at all if you enjoy adjusting in camera presets.
I enjoy shooting in RAW and spend time in Lr to tweak.
Still learning every day using Lr and have experimented with photos that I thought were great but can make them better.
I really enjoy learning photography as others do.
Keep at it and have fun.

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Am I seeing mmber waves of grain?
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Am I seeing mmber waves of grain?
Why yes, yes you are
A lot of corn still needs to be picked out here yet, just not the fields in the above photos.
Amber tis the color around here now
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It's nice, way to flat for me, but nice.

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QuoteOriginally posted by c.perkins Quote
Are you saying that you only shoot JPEG ?
Just asking, nothing wrong with that at all if you enjoy adjusting in camera presets.
I enjoy shooting in RAW and spend time in Lr to tweak.
Still learning every day using Lr and have experimented with photos that I thought were great but can make them better.
I really enjoy learning photography as others do.
Keep at it and have fun.

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Yes I do shoot exclusively JPEG. I have tried several times to shoot RAW, then use FastStones Image Viewer to make adjustments, however, the problem is I cannot get a RAW file over to Photo Editor 10 because I cannot rotate a RAW file. Again, I can shoot RAW, upload it, but then I have to convert it to JPEG by Saving/Making a copy then work with the newly converted JPEG file. Somewhat cumbersome, but I do enjoy JPEG.

Thanx, CJ.

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