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    a few shots from Texas

    W. TX actually
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    Adobe near the Rio Grande

    Rio Grande River

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Spectacular photos! Thanks for sharing them!
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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    very beautiful, have you used a polarization filter?

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by TheLion View Post
    very beautiful, have you used a polarization filter?
    I do sometimes but not on these.

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Stunning shots! Thanks for sharing.




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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Excellent shots - do you mind sharing your camera/settings?

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Very nice shots~Cheers!

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Beautiful shots, man. I try to get down their once-a-year for a 6 day canoe trip through the Lower Canyons of the Rio Grande.
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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by BenL View Post
    Excellent shots - do you mind sharing your camera/settings?
    Judging by the EXIF data he used a Canon 40D camera and possibly a Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-f/4.5 EF-S USM lens

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    Re: a few shots from Texas

    Quote Originally Posted by Haf View Post
    Judging by the EXIF data he used a Canon 40D camera and possibly a Canon 10-22mm f/3.5-f/4.5 EF-S USM lens
    Sorry guys I didn't get back to this sooner, I've been out of town. EXIF didn't lie, thats what I was using. The landscape shots are mostly 4 shot compositions (-2, -1, 0 and +1) layered in photomatix and tweaked in PS. The camera was tripod mounted and fired with a remote.
    Thanks guys for the compliments!

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