November 24, 2010

Yellowstone & Grand Teton May 12th & 13th, 2007

Canon 20D with 70-200/4.0L at 70mm, set in aperture priority mode at f/8.0, ISO400, and 1/125th of a second. Exposure bias of -1/3, shot from a cheep tripod.

As I continue the process of editing all of my images again I am continually amazed at what a difference 4 years makes in the world of photo editing. I also keep reminding myself how foolish I was to ever shoot JPG images, luckily by this point I was smart enough to shoot my landscapes in RAW. My suggestion to you is to always shoot RAW, and take a second (or third) look at your older images.

Happy shooting

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