GH3 at Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Discussion in 'Nature' started by peterpix, Sep 30, 2013.

  1. peterpix

    peterpix Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 8, 2010
    So. Maine
    Peter Randal
    Most all these were shot with the Panni 12-35, raw files from Aperture converted to jpegs. Wonders of wonders actually saw a fellow with an EM-5! Just got back and loved the fall colors.

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  2. tdekany

    tdekany Mu-43 All-Pro

    Dec 8, 2011
    Very cool shots, thank you for posting. Did you do any pp or just straight to jpeg?
  3. RT_Panther

    RT_Panther Mu-43 Legend

    May 4, 2011
    I'll be a bit nerdy here...
    A few of your shots have enticed me to sing:

    "Oh give me a home....where the...." :smile:
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  4. Armanius

    Armanius Mu-43 All-Pro

    Feb 23, 2010
  5. peterpix

    peterpix Mu-43 Veteran

    Feb 8, 2010
    So. Maine
    Peter Randal
    No pp. Several need a few adjustments, but SOOC look pretty good. Comments are appreciated.
  6. speedandstyle

    speedandstyle Mu-43 Hall of Famer

    Nice pics, my fav is the cabin.

    Oh man! Just when I was getting over my deep desire to go back to Yellowstone!

    I was there years ago and shot many rolls of 35mm{sadly all lost in a flood :frown: }. I am hoping to get back up there soon, maybe this next summer.
  7. RevBob

    RevBob Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Jun 4, 2011
    NorthWestern PA
    Absolutely beautiful! :2thumbs:
  8. Nice ... I have got to make it there someday.
  9. biomed

    biomed Mu-43 Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Aug 22, 2013
    Seattle area
    Very nice! The last I was in Yellowstone I was packing a Mamiya RB67. FYI - I was told to protect my lens from splashes from the various hot springs and geysers. Water droplets from these must be removed immediately from lens surfaces. If allowed to dry, the resulting spots cannot be removed.

  10. Crdome

    Crdome Mu-43 Hall of Famer Subscribing Member

    Sep 11, 2011
    West Central Indiana
    Thank you for the great shots. I miss the mountains and vistas of my youth. Corn as far as one can see just doesn't cut it.