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Lunastar Silver Member  Mankato, US  Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010 Wed 14-Nov-12 06:14 PM
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"S Dakota Storm Light..."



I jumped out of my truck on a recent pheasant hunt and grabbed this image. Black rain clouds to the West and a shaft of east sunlight made a nice "travel" image. D300, Sigma 100-300/4, f4, 1/640SS, -.3EV, ISO 400, handheld. BTW, this is my first posted landscape image as I'm a wildlife photog by nature.

Mark


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Reply message RE: S Dakota Storm Light... landism
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Reply message RE: S Dakota Storm Light... Ineluki Gold Member
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Reply message RE: S Dakota Storm Light... Lunastar Silver Member
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Reply message RE: S Dakota Storm Light... Lunastar Silver Member
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Reply message RE: S Dakota Storm Light... Rassie Silver Member
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landism   CA  Registered since 22nd Oct 2011 Thu 15-Nov-12 11:28 AM
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interesting!

  

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Ineluki Gold Member  Nürnberg, DE  Nikonian since 03rd Aug 2011 Thu 15-Nov-12 08:53 PM
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Very nice.

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Egbert

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Lunastar Silver Member  Mankato, US  Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010 Thu 15-Nov-12 11:44 PM
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Thanks,Egbert!

Mark


www.mercuryoutdoorcommunications.com

  

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Lunastar Silver Member  Mankato, US  Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010 Thu 15-Nov-12 11:42 PM
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Thanks,Mark!


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Rassie Silver Member  Milton, CA  Nikonian since 08th Jan 2006 Thu 15-Nov-12 10:43 PM
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Beautiful light and colors in this picture. I just can't make up my mind about the oof background. In a landscape shot I always look into the distance to see what's there. The specific focus in this picture forces one to concentrate on the two little "weeds" in the foreground and relegates the background to being unimportant. I think I would have liked sharper focus on the rainbow, the fence and the distant hills.

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Lunastar Silver Member  Mankato, US  Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010 Thu 15-Nov-12 11:46 PM
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Thanks, Rassie! It was a run and gun image and I did think about setting up the tripod and go for DOF but didn't have time so I chose the foreground for focus.

Mark


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