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JasonG

PHOTO OF THE DAY!

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I hope Instagram dies a swift and fiery death..... Until then, you all will be subject to my obsession with publicly posting images.  Sorry!

Kulshan last Saturday afternoon:

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You thought I was joking?  EVERY DAY!  Here is White Chuck, Sloan, and the Monte Cristo Group from Sauk:

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Thanks for the validation @psathyrella.  Just for that, you get another today!  Jailhouse Rock in Capitol Reef NP (discerning viewers may notice that I am not afraid of posting exact locations on cc.com):

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Very nice, thanks for doing this. Are you thinking of supplying the daily photo yourself, or are you inviting others to post?

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38 minutes ago, Otto said:

are you inviting others to post?

Good question @Otto!  I didn't mean to hog the fun.  EVERYONE SHOULD POST A PHOTO OF THE DAY!  

Take that Instagram! :battlecage:

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Just to mix it up....South Face of Annapurna I:

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Our camp a few weeks ago in UT at the Cathedral Valley Campground:

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Right place, right time....looking at the Southern Pickets from Teebone Ridge:

 

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An interesting angle on Triumph and Slesse:

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And because November always makes me think I shouldn't be here....here's some Big Island for you:

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What's Instagram?

Love the pics, keeping it alive another day (not that I had lost faith in JasonG).

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whew, @diepj  that was close!

Here's another B&W right back at ya!image.png.1a3489fdcf2aabdd60a125eec9536571.png

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This isn't editing tricks....a crazy beam lit up this tree as @cfire and myself were descending Wallaby this fall:

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The last time I climbed Chaval, I packed my tripod up to high camp. I am glad I did!

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When you wake up on the Inspiration glacier and there is a high deck of smoke that is about to ruin your day.  But at least you had a good sunrise:

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I may not have a plane, but I can still copy Austin Post by climbing to the top of Primus and taking a picture of Eldorado:

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On 11/12/2021 at 1:18 PM, JasonG said:

This isn't editing tricks....a crazy beam lit up this tree as @cfire and myself were descending Wallaby this fall:

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This is stunning and original

 

 

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4 hours ago, dberdinka said:

I like mine more.

I agree!

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You all should drive to the Tetons, battle the hordes, and scramble Teewinot next summer:

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6 hours ago, dberdinka said:

This is stunning and original

 

 

It's impressive to get detail in both the deep shadow and the lit subject.

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8 hours ago, Rad said:

It's impressive to get detail in both the deep shadow and the lit subject.

It is more like you need to spend an impressive amount of money to get a modern full frame sensor!   Shooting RAW with these modern sensors allows you to bring out a lot of detail in the highlights and shadows at the same time.  So, while, it isn't an editing "trick" I certainly did edit the image to be more what our eyes saw in the moment.  Sensors still aren't as good as we we have to see the world with (at least during daylight hours)!

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14 hours ago, JasonG said:

You all should drive to the Tetons, battle the hordes, and scramble Teewinot next summer:

Yes, but stay to climber's right of the big trough otherwise you will cliff out on a subpeak if you go to the left. I also "explored" the black chimney, climbing up past several short rappels to an airy exposed perch before calling it a day. Having a route description would have helped...

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