Recent trip to Montana/GNCP

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  1. Reece Man

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    Went to visit my parents in Montana and they took me to Glacier. I always forget how much I love this place!

    Nothing more than basic light room type editing (no HDR). All shot with Nikon D700 and 80-200mm (#3 was shot on 24-70). I seemed to be heavily favoring the 80-200 over the 24-70 for some reason

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    I like the perspective the 80-200 gave in #4. I think #3 would be nice in black and white too and the man in the foreground compliments the picture giving scale to the mountains.

    I'm a little confused why you are shooting most of these at f2.8 though. Why don't you go a few stops up to get sharper pictures?
     
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    I knew someone was gonna point it out haha. I was switching from shooting in really low light to really direct light and I get so used to adjusting SS and ISO that I completely forget to adjust aperture instead most of the time. It's a dumb habit that I need to get over though.
     
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    I like all of them but I choose the third one, I like the colors and the reflections in the lake. the only negative thing is that excess of light in the clouds.
     
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    Want to go so badly! #3 is a nice shot. Makes me feel like I'm there.
     

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