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Great singuanti 2007-11-04 19:11

Hi Paul. You know there is an Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park in Montana as well. I don't see any icebergs! ;) I love the view through the trees as it gives the feeling we are on the hike with you. I'm assuming you used a polarizer here. Have a great week Paul!

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Old 11-05-2007, 03:24 AM
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Default To singuanti: Well Good evening

Presently I have been organizing photos for a marketing agent who is promoting tourism in my home town. Its lots of work looking through ten thousand photos on DVDs and hard drives to make sure I find what the company is looking for.

Yes I used a polarizer filter in my hiking photos I found that the summer sunlight allowed a sufficient depth of focus to allow photos like this. I am slightly concerned though about using photoshop's shadow / highlight feature too much. It sure comes in handy for contrasting scenes like this.

Thanks for stopping by and have a good week.....don't drop anything valuable!!!
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