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Jay Patel1,662,410*Theme:* Fog or Mist *Description:* All recommended content by Landscape Photography community include Fog and/or mist in the photograph is eligible for entry in the contest. Recommended content for Landscape Photography Community is listed at: https://plus.google.com/u/0/101145980349117737014/posts/TZUtoA5YuJh *Contest Start:* 12:00 AM EST Jan 14, 2013 *Contest End:* 11:30 PM EST Jan 31, 2013 __All entries must be submitted within the above time frame. *Prize:* 1 Year Pro Membership for +SmugMug  *Contest Rules* *#1:* ALL entries should include the following information. You can submit this information in comments.  __Equipment (Camera, Lens, Tripod, Filters):  __Exposure:  __Processing Software: __Workflow: Tell us something about how this photograph was captured and processed. Any entry that does not include the above information will be disqualified. You can include additional technical information if you like. Here is a sample entry: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/c0opkit1839mqj9pqe2tq3tojmo/101145980349117737014/5833267883587051554 *#2:* All entries must be posted within the contest (it should show up under contest's photo page). Any entries posted outside of the contest is are not eligible for the contest.   *#3:* All entries must be relevant toward contest theme. Any entries not relevant to the contest theme will be disqualified. *#4:* Only one entry is allowed per participant. You can change your entry any time you like, but it must be done before the contest ends. Any participants submitting more than one entry will be disqualified. *#5:* All photos must be original content. Participants cannot share some else's work. *#6:* Decision of the judges is final.  *#7:* We encourage everyone to leave comments and ask question about the entries.  *#8:* You have to be a member of the Photo Tips or Landscape Photography Community to win the prize. Enjoy & Share. ____________Contest: Fog & Mist2013-02-01 05:30:00269 

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2014-04-08 11:14:51 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Most reshares: 3

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2014-04-18 21:31:01 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

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2014-04-18 21:31:47 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

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2014-09-01 14:28:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Cliff Tops Sunset

After a delicious dinner cooked by the staff of the LeConte Lodge, and a nice presentation of the Parks history, we hiked a short trail to the Cliff Tops, known for it's beautiful sunsets.

From the time we arrived at the Lodge and the time left for the Cliff Tops, LeConte Lodge had recorded more than 1.2 inches of rain, so it was unsure as to the view that we would get once we reached the Cliff Tops.  But we were not disappointed at all.  The fog and clouds combined for a dramatic sunset.

Another must see, when visiting LeConte Lodge is Myrtle Point, for sunrise, but that will be an image for another day.

Cliff Tops Sunset

After a delicious dinner cooked by the staff of the LeConte Lodge, and a nice presentation of the Parks history, we hiked a short trail to the Cliff Tops, known for it's beautiful sunsets.

From the time we arrived at the Lodge and the time left for the Cliff Tops, LeConte Lodge had recorded more than 1.2 inches of rain, so it was unsure as to the view that we would get once we reached the Cliff Tops.  But we were not disappointed at all.  The fog and clouds combined for a dramatic sunset.

Another must see, when visiting LeConte Lodge is Myrtle Point, for sunrise, but that will be an image for another day.___

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2014-05-08 15:05:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Quickly Pick or Reject your Photos

Using the P and X keys are just the beginning.  There's one more key to kick up your culling speed.  Do you know about the Caps Lock key?

http://bit.ly/pickandreject

Quickly Pick or Reject your Photos

Using the P and X keys are just the beginning.  There's one more key to kick up your culling speed.  Do you know about the Caps Lock key?

http://bit.ly/pickandreject___

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2014-05-04 21:22:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Woodland Phlox found outside a cave in Eastern Tennessee. 

Woodland Phlox found outside a cave in Eastern Tennessee. ___

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2014-04-18 23:40:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Check out my collection of prints for sale.

Check out my collection of prints for sale.___

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2014-04-18 21:36:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.___

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2014-04-18 21:36:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:34:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:34:11 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:33:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:33:12 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:32:59 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 7 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:32:42 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.___

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2014-04-18 21:32:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.___

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2014-04-18 21:31:47 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:31:27 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.___

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2014-04-18 21:31:01 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.

You says you can't get a Sunrise shot from within Cade's Cove?

Since Cades Cove does not open to the public until Sunrise, and closes at Sunset, it is sometimes difficult to capture a good sunrise shot from within the Cove.  However, last weekend, +Jerry Denham  and I arrived at the gate just 5 minutes before they opened, and went directly to Sparks Lane.  We were greated by a large mob of photographers that were there participating in a workshop being put on by another photographer.  

Since space was so limited, I decided to point my lens to the east and the sun was just coming up over the mountains.  The clouds were very dramatic and help to create a very interesting sunrise from inside Cade's Cove.___

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2014-04-18 21:29:01 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.

Lincoln

This shot of Lincoln was taken on August 1, 2013.

On July 26th, 2013, the Lincoln Memorial was vandalized by a woman who threw green paint at the base of the 120 ton statue.  This is the first time the statue had been vandalized since it's dedication 92 years ago, in 1922.

At the time this image was taken, the paint was still vizable and the base of the statue was surrounded by scaffolding, causing a bit of an issue in composing shots of the statue and the rest of the memorial.  It was kind of an eye-sore.___

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2014-04-10 11:48:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Everyone is looking for ways to improve your photography. But not everyone is ready for the advanced stuff. Here’s a list of a few articles I've written, that may help to improve your photography. 5 Ways to Improve Your Photography The Exposure Triangle –…

Everyone is looking for ways to improve your photography. But not everyone is ready for the advanced stuff. Here’s a list of a few articles I've written, that may help to improve your photography. 5 Ways to Improve Your Photography The Exposure Triangle –…___

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2014-04-09 16:49:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ___

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2014-04-09 16:49:19 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

First shot with iPad Lightroom App

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ___First shot with iPad Lightroom App

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2014-04-09 16:48:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ___

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2014-04-09 16:48:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ___

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2014-04-09 16:38:46 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 

First shot processed in the new Lightroom iPad app. Read about my thoughts here: http://www.banakasdesigns.com/2014/04/08/lightroom-for-mobile/

+Scott Kelby +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom ___

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2014-04-08 11:17:17 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:16:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:16:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:15:40 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:15:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:14:51 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 27 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:14:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:13:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 3 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:13:13 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:12:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:12:18 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-08 11:11:50 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.

Spruce Flats Falls

- The Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Shot last summer, with my buddy +Jerry Denham , this is a crop of a portrait orientation changed to landscape.

I miss getting out and hiking to the falls, but in due time I will be able to do it again.

Even though it's been several months since this image was taken, post processing happened that afternoon, but going back in Lightroom and looking at the Before and After for this image, I can see that a lot of work went into correcting it.  Mostly correcting the White Balance, and making minor adjustments to the exposure, contrast, highlights and shadows, I was able to revive this shot from the dead.

I also remember a lot of spray on my lens.  Using the Spot Removal tool, I was able to clean it up a bit too.___

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2014-04-07 13:45:43 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

Inside Wat Mouthian
In everyday language in Thailand, a wat is any place of worship except a mosque.  Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples.

Inside Wat Mouthian
In everyday language in Thailand, a wat is any place of worship except a mosque.  Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples.___

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2014-04-07 13:45:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Inside Wat Mouthian
In everyday language in Thailand, a wat is any place of worship except a mosque.  Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples.

Inside Wat Mouthian
In everyday language in Thailand, a wat is any place of worship except a mosque.  Strictly speaking a wat is a Buddhist sacred precinct with monks' quarters, the temple proper, an edifice housing a large image of Buddha, and a structure for lessons. A Buddhist site without a minimum of three resident monks cannot correctly be described as a wat, although the term is frequently used more loosely, even for ruins of ancient temples.___

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2014-04-07 13:45:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Just Waiting...

Taken on the streets of Chiang Mai, Thailand

Just Waiting...

Taken on the streets of Chiang Mai, Thailand___

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2014-04-07 13:43:27 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___

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2014-04-07 13:12:47 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Typical architecture found in Chiang Mai Thailand.

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___Typical architecture found in Chiang Mai Thailand.

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2014-04-07 13:11:22 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

From Chiang Mai Thailand

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___From Chiang Mai Thailand

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2014-04-07 13:10:51 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

The original shot of this temple didn't have a very interesting background, so I added clouds from another image.  Adjust the color a bit in both layers to cast a pinkish overall color, trying to create an afternoon sky.

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___The original shot of this temple didn't have a very interesting background, so I added clouds from another image.  Adjust the color a bit in both layers to cast a pinkish overall color, trying to create an afternoon sky.

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2014-04-07 13:08:51 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___

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2014-04-07 13:08:11 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.

This is just one of the many temples (wats) that dot the land in Thailand.  I can't recall the name of this particular temple, but it was located just down the road from where we were staying while in Thailand.___

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2014-04-07 02:12:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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2014-04-07 02:12:03 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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2014-04-07 02:11:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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2014-04-07 02:11:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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2014-04-07 02:10:29 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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2014-04-07 02:10:14 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the... more »

Several years ago, I was out taking photos in the Kingston area of East Tennessee. Along one of the roads near Riley Creek, I came across this boat house surrounded by fog. The winds were still causing a beautiful reflection of the boat house and with the fog in the background, the horizon line disappeared.

I originally posted an image of this boat house with some modifications to it that were achieved through the use of Lightroom, Photoshop, a few other adjustments using a plug-in, and shooting in RAW format.

However, last night I was looking through some old images from that day and I came across this one. This is the shot that I took just before the other shot that I mentioned.

I'm still mesmerized by the smooth reflection of the water and the mystical look of the fog in the background. This time I did not modify this image, except for a minor modification to the ground in the lower right corner. Using the Gradient Mask tool, I was able to add a bit more exposure to that part of the image. and balance it out just a bit.___

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