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Sep 24, 2018 16:57:03   #
These shots were taken in mid-June, 2018. All were shot with a NIKON 7100 camera, primarily using Nikon's 18-140 mm DX zoom. Additionally, a Tokina AT-X 116 Pro DX 11-16mm, f2.8 lens was used selectively. Mount Desert Island and throughout the Park are wonderful areas to shoot with a great shot no matter which way you turn. As a matter of fact, you have to restrain yourself from shooting for excessively long hours day-after-day by taking a step back and just enjoying the beautiful environment.
Photo 1– The iconic Bass Harbor Lighthouse

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Sand Beach (ANPark) The only stretch of sand shoreline

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Photo 3– Long Pond (ANPark)

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Photo 4- Otter Cliffs area (ANPark)

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Photo 5- Boulder Beach (ANPark)

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Photo 6- Yes, there are plenty of beautiful flowers in Bar Harbor

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Photo 7- Lobster equipment shack- (MDIsland}

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Photo8- Moose crowns Main St. in Bar Harbor

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Photo 9- Elegant waterfron hotel, Bar Harbor

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Photo 10- Sunset from Schoodic Peninsula

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Jun 28, 2018 17:15:26   #
Beautiful collection of blooms. Wow, they are sharp. What lens are you using?
May 31, 2018 16:21:28   #
Superbly done Mike. I especially like the last two shots, the vertical image, and the long-range last shot. Catching a reflection of the falls in the vertical adds a perfect touch. All shots in the series are "winners," but the two I've mentioned are from camera positions that I don't recall having seen before. Thank you so much for sharing. Stay strong young man. My best wishes go to you.
May 29, 2018 10:44:55   #
Go To the top of this window > click on "Search" > enter "Acadia National Park area. You will get a long list of posts about the area which will give you much info and even some photos taken there.
May 18, 2018 14:01:14   #
OMG! That image is gorgeous. Yes, please let us in on the details. I'm hoping to do a milky way image when traveling to a dark sky area in about 3 weeks.
May 12, 2018 17:58:07   #
Thanks so much for the post-processing info. Hopefully, I'll get lucky and have some clear weather/skies in Acadia.
 
May 12, 2018 12:16:13   #
treadwl wrote:
Thanks. The trick is in the post-processing.


Your shot is superb. Thank you for the post.

You said the trick is in post-processing. Would you care to share your process?

It is a bucket-list item for me to be able to get a milky-way shot which I hope to do in Acadia N. Park next month.
May 5, 2018 12:28:58   #
Since you are based in Delray Beach, FL, and I am in Ocala, FL, I would love to know the details of your trip. Are you flying to somewhere near Banff and renting a car? Are you driving all the way from Florida? Are you flying to a destination semi-near Banff, but still in the USA, etc.? I have long wanted to visit that area but have been unsure about the best way to do it.
Please advise when you have a minute. Thanks!
Apr 22, 2018 14:56:26   #
In my preceding post, I meant to give you a RAVE compliment on the sunset (photo 1). It is so dramatic, well composed and the color is outstanding.
Apr 22, 2018 14:51:54   #
I agree with COs post about HDR.
As an alternative to that, if you want to keep the foreground very dark (like you have it), I would spot out the tiny lights in that same area and also over to the lower right, there appears to be a fat horizontal line that I would k/o.
Mar 24, 2018 15:57:04   #
If you want a high panorama of mountains, you could take a gondola or a chairlift to about mid-mountain in Lionshead or Vail. I believe they may only be running on Saturday during late-September. There are some nice views of the Gore Range to the east.
 
Mar 21, 2018 13:08:36   #
A couple of minutes in Adobe Camera Raw filter and another minute or so doing spotting with the spot-healing brush tool and I think there is the improvement you are looking for. I have added attachment. hope it goes through.


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Feb 4, 2018 14:30:10   #
I dropped them into Photoshop camera raw filter. The first thing I did was give the color temp a very slight warming touch since the photos looked too much like concrete instead of nature to me. I then pulled the highlights slider way down, adjusted the shadows a touch lighter, then applied clarity to about +28. I think the results are more pleasing. I can send you the revised files via "WeTransfer" if you want to give me your email address.
Dec 5, 2017 11:59:56   #
One added note, be sure to focus manually to get sharp detail. When I made moon shots the auto focus setting was just okay. Manual focus at infinity was not sharp. backing off the infinity setting gave me the crisp detail I was looking for.


Apr 16, 2017 11:33:58   #
Like the second shot the best! The first and third have so much smoothing of the water that it appears to be snow. Again, love that second shot.
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