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04-13-2016, 08:47 AM - 2 Likes   #1
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Tucker Snocat at Timberline
Lens: Pentax HD Ltd 20-40mm Camera: Pentax K5IIs Photo Location: Timberline Lodge (Mt. Hood, OR) ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/80s Aperture: F8 

Middle of the day (I know :/) shot of a Tucker Sno-cat at Timberline Lodge - I took a couple of quick shots last weekend during a day road trip - and this one was my favorite. I wish I was there later to have some softer sun but I still like the result - I'm curious what you think. Also first time using Color Efex Pro after the Nik Collection went free.

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Great contrast and details !
Ask them to send that thing over here ... we still have snow!

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Wow ! That picture pops.

Nice angle .
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Very nice!

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I like this one. The colors loot great.
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Thank you!
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Wow... that looks like it's just out of the showroom.
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At first, I thought that the cut-off weathercock was compositionally a bit awkward (and possibly easy to avoid by taking a step back). But then I relented my nitpicking and appreciated the image for its beautiful colour and pop. Judicious and effective use of Color Efex Pro, steering clear of undue exaggeration.


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