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ColinAdventures March 07, 2017
Incredible shot!
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bvphotosnap March 09, 2017
Thank you!
 
Cgix November 12, 2017
Beautiful, snow is my favorite. You could enter this in my photo challenge, into the woods https:// viewbug.com/challenge/into-the-woods-photo-challenge-by-cgix
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TomasTar June 10, 2018
Awesome

Forest rays



A wonderful way to end a winters day in the mountains.
A wonderful way to end a winters day in the mountains.
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Behind The Lens

Location
This was taken in Kananaskis Country Alberta Canada.
Time
This was taken during the golden hour and in winter it gets dark early. This was around 3 pm.
Lighting
I love this time of the day when the lighting is soft and gold.
Equipment
I used my tripod and a small aperture to help catch those sharp rays through the trees.
Inspiration
My inspiration came from the theme of the week during my 365 day project.
Editing
I usually do minor adjustments in ACR such as bringing up the contrasts a bit and lowering the highlights.
In my camera bag
On this day I only brought my 16-35 mm lens attached to my D800 and my tripod because I knew what kind of image I wanted to capture.
Feedback
A tripod is your best friend when using a small aperture, it helps to eliminate camera shake when using a longer shutter speed.

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