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 Post subject: Rafting in Jackson Hole
PostPosted: Mon Aug 10, 2009 7:29 pm 
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Took these on a rafting trip to jackson hole wyoming. The snake river is gorgeous. I love my E-520 and the pelican case only made it better. Thankfully I had it to keep my camera dry when half our team went overboard at the LUNCH COUNTER. Please comment.


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Looks funny :)

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Any more comments or critiques?


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You could have zoomed in closer to the subjects to get the full feeling of the action. This gives the picture more power so it doesn't feel as static as having them in a large environment as you do here.

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I would have loved to. I didn' t have a good lens. I barely bought my E520 and havent had money to buy a telephoto lens. I would love to buy a 70-300mm sometime. Do you think I could've cropped and zoomed in using software?


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Yes, you can try this, but it would most likely need sharpening so the details are crisp.

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Having rafted that river, your photo's are true life action. Beautiful river and country. Your photos are crisp and the water looks very rough - as it is in real life - even without slowing down your shutter speed to get more of a flowing movement of the water - the photo show how the river rages. I also like the color of the water - for some reason that water has more of the green cast than a blue - which again is the color of the water there. The third photo almost show the person as being stopped - also the action of the spot where the person is at - on the downward slop you will hold your spot. Great photos - and they brought back many memories. Thanks

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