Favorite Pic

Discussion in 'Photography / Video' started by Jeremy Floyd, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. Jeremy Floyd fly fishing my way through life

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    This is simply amazing to me. I am awed by the quality of pictures some digitals take at times.

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    Nature never ceases to stun me into quietly holding still to take it all in.
  2. frankrutledge Guest

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    The color is amazing. It's easy to understand how a camera can take a picture. How a eye can see color. But it's amazing to me that all (most) people can see the same thing, in the same way, and have the same feeling.

    F.
  3. seatownbrock Still in the 206.....

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    Yeah... I would agree, bought my wife a little point and shoot and the photos are pretty nice. Quality is getting a lot closer to DSLR's even on the little guys.

    Took this one on the Yak a couple of weeks ago with it, not one of my favorite photos but I think it sums up what fall is like on the river....

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  4. PT Physhicist

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    Here's a couple.
  5. Randall Clark Active Member

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    Ok, I'll play...

    One of my favorite spots...
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    One of my favorite fishing partners...
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    ~Randy
  6. JS Active Member

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    That is a dope picture man...I love when the fading sun makes the clouds look so vivid.
  7. jackchinook Member

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    I know what you're saying and you're right. But the it's much more than the camera that takes the photo...some of the guys on some of the photography forums I waste time on take it to the extreme. It's like they don't even take photos for the sake of photographing actual things. 100% of their time and effort is spent analyzing sharpness and chromatic abberation and none of it actually taking photos of their kids or landscapes or, better yet, fish.

    Case in point is Randy's footprint shot. That'd be a great shot on a $100 point & shoot or on a $4500 DSLR. Fantastic image.
  8. Evan Burck Fudge Dragon

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    a pic of me on a hiking trip. not a perfect photo by any means, but i've never seen a cheap digital camera capture anything quite like this

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  9. chadk Be the guide...

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    My brother took this one. Not sure the type of camera. Nothing fancy, but a little more than a simple point and click. I just like how it captured the moment of the backcountry hiking\camping\fishing trip with my son.

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  10. Skagit Angler I miss Ed's Sports

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  11. mozart Chris

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    Okay. I guess i'll play too. This is a picture I took of a sunset here in Bellingham.
  12. Jmills81 The Dude Abides

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    How about this one...walking out this summer on the NF of the Clearwater
  13. Chris Scoones Administrator

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  14. Josh Smestad aka Mtnwkr

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    NFR, Climbing in the north cascades...


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  15. bankwalker Member

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    that is an awesome pic. thanks for the new background. i owe ya :)
  16. Dustin Bise Active Member

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    sticking to the north cascades theme.... we made a quick retreat at this point.

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  17. jasmillo Member

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  18. Keith Hixson Active Member

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    Taken from 9,440 ft on Mt Adams. Mt St Helens in the distance. Still climbing Mtns at 62.

    I climbed the ridge just across from Big Horn on the Yakima on Saturday. Watched a bunch of guys floating the river.

    It's a beautiful little climb if you ever need to stretch your legs and enjoy some scenery for an hour or so.

    Keith
  19. Jeremy Floyd fly fishing my way through life

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    Great pics. Thanks for enriching my life and helping me set some long term goals of places to visit/climb. I dont tell people I appreciate little things (like pictures) nearly enough.
  20. jessejames Flyslinger

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    Beargrass in full bloom, North Fork of the Coeur d Alene, spring 2007

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