The Badlands

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    Pictures of the Badlands in South Dakota.
    Comments and criticism are greatly appreciated! Thank you!
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    What great scenery # 2 my fave.

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    #2 it is for me also Gail, you can see how they got their name

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    #2 for me as well. I got to shoot the Badlands on Provia back in 2001. Great shots.

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    Thank you to all of you
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    You're welcome. BTW Calgary Escort how far back do you suggest answering Calgary Escorts some of these posted problems? Calgary Asian Escorts See a lot of unanswered ones going way backCalgary Asian Escort

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    Awesome photos. This is just a personal preference so it don't mean your photos are bad. When I shoot mountains I usually try to make the rock warmer through white balance and increased saturation in camera and use a polarizing filter to make the sky a deeper blue. The colors really go together well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideways View Post
    Awesome photos. This is just a personal preference so it don't mean your photos are bad. When I shoot mountains I usually try to make the rock warmer through white balance and increased saturation in camera and use a polarizing filter to make the sky a deeper blue. The colors really go together well.
    Thanks! And thank you for the suggestion!
    You don't take a photograph, you make it. ~Ansel Adams


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