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A few rock jumbles and formations (and some Joshua trees) at Joshua Tree National Park. . .

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Near Belle Campground


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View South at Live Oak Picnic Area


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Skull Rock


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Hidden Valley Picnic Area


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Ridge Near Hemingway Buttress


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Mound Near Hemingway
 
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This is from Cape Point National Park, Western Cape, South Africa. It's a peninsula that extends south of Cape Town to form the most Southern point in Africa. I was last there in 2016.
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Glacier from the Canadian side.
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Grand Teton National Park. The image looks like it needs a lot of rotation, but if you look at the lake in the left of the image you will see the water is flat. It is a tilted landscape.

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Visited Yosemite for the first time along with my wife. We had a great trip and some great weather. I would love to spend a month there finding great photo spots but did luckily stumble across a few in my short visit.

A few of these are stitched. When I got home and saw the new 8-25/f4 lens, I was wishing I had something like that on this trip.


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All the pictures looked great. Can you share the camera and lenses used?
 
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One more question which software are you using?.

I use the Microsoft "Image Composition Editor" for stitching. It is a free program and seems to do a decent job. I use PhotoMatix Pro for HDR processing when I apply HDR and ON1 Photo Raw for basic editing and touch up functions.
 

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I use the Microsoft "Image Composition Editor" for stitching. It is a free program and seems to do a decent job. I use PhotoMatix Pro for HDR processing when I apply HDR and ON1 Photo Raw for basic editing and touch up functions.
All the pictures looked very nice. Thank you for the information.
 
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Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia.
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Aroona Valley, Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park.
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Ikara-Flinders Ranges, South Australia.
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RMNP
 

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A few years back a friend and I spent some time in Capitol Reef National Park. We chose Capitol Reef over the other four of the Mighty Five because fewer people visit that park. It's important because as all landscape photographers know, "Photography doesn't begin until the pavement ends." The pavement ended pretty quickly at Capitol Reef.

These photos are cover images from pdf publications with between ten and twenty images in each publication. Enjoy.

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Links to the publications.

http://www.joelipkaphoto.com/acrobat_portfolios/20151206_wood_and_stone.pdf

http://www.joelipkaphoto.com/acrobat_portfolios/20150705_luck_of_the_draw.pdf

http://www.joelipkaphoto.com/acrobat_portfolios/20150404_dancing_with_light.pdf

http://www.joelipkaphoto.com/acrobat_portfolios/20150404_at_face_value.pdf
 

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Gettysburg National Military Park, Pennsylvania, USA
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