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Re: Can we get some Vermont photography going again?

Posted: Sat Jan 20, 2018 6:22 pm
by Utah Baker
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Not Vermont, but close, the church in Sugar Hill, NH. Taken by my daughter about 7:30 this morning. To pretty not to share. Told her to not cut off the steeple next time! :wink:

Re: Can we get some Vermont photography going again?

Posted: Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:28 pm
by ctyanky
Tim: I'm just getting to see all these amazing shots, and of course, I love that bald eagle photo. They are my favorite bird and I get to see them occasionally which simply astounds me!

I'm hoping to see some of your sugaring photos soon as the sweet season approaches. I'm craving maple syrup lately with thoughts of pancakes and French toast drenched in Vermont's golden liquid! They've started sugaring in CT already and I just love visiting the sugar houses. Hope you get out soon and post some of your finds! :D

Re: Can we get some Vermont photography going again?

Posted: Mon May 13, 2019 2:31 pm
by MisterR
Utah Baker wrote:8DAF7DD3-9EBD-4A24-8B26-3F5DFCC2FCE5.jpeg

Not Vermont, but close, the church in Sugar Hill, NH. Taken by my daughter about 7:30 this morning. To pretty not to share. Told her to not cut off the steeple next time! :wink:

What program do you use for photo processing?
What do you think abot this article http://fixthephoto.com/retouchup-photo- ... mpare.html?

Re: Can we get some Vermont photography going again?

Posted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 7:08 pm
by Utah Baker
Hi Mister R! Sorry I have not visited here for a while and did not see your question. Looks like you got some response though. I personally have been using Lightroom 5, I find it easy to navigate and it has suited my needs as a novice. I just posted some photos I took the end of May on the Foliage Forum under CT's post 50 Shades of Green. Best of Luck!