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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Yesterday a new version of the Aurora HDR software was released. I had not tried the previous version, and do very little HDR these days. But a lot of pre-reviews indicated that this software works great as a single-image editing program, so I plunked down my dollars for the pre-release deal and waited for the […]

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Say hello to the Graflex Graphic 35 camera. Graflex is mostly known for its large format press cameras such as the Crown Graphic and Speed Graphic. I stumbled across this gem a few months ago on one of those web sessions where you start looking for one thing, which leads to something else, then another, and […]

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The nXnw crew spent a good chunk of our last afternoon in Wyoming looking for wildlife. We had limited success, but we did stumble on this horse ranch.  There were a large number of foals, almost all of whom stayed very close to their mothers.  A few would prance around a bit, but they always […]

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This image was taken about 5 minutes after this one, and you can see how the depth of the color just kept increasing, and the clouds moved in from the right to fill the sky. Again, this is the Snake River Overlook on what started as a boring grey-sky evening. Then this splash of red […]

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Well maybe the rock isn’t all that big, But it’s right there up front. Anyway, it’s the distinguishing feature of this shot of Taggart Lake in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming. I previously presented another shot of the lake without a big rock. See how different? More seriously, this was an absolutely wonderful morning. […]

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I took a newly converted infrared camera to nXnw2016 in the Grand Tetons. I had my first Fuji x-series camera, an X-E1, converted just before the trip.  I did not realize — and forgot to check — that it was returned in JPG shooting mode, so the shots from the first couple of days offer limited opportunity […]

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Mormon Row is an area in Grant Teton National Park that features several buildings that remain from an early 19th Century settlement of a few Mormon families. The most famous structure is Moulton Barn, but this structure known as the Pink House is fairly well known as well. One of the facts of life as a […]

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