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    This was shot with Peter Lik and Mick Plumridge in a ghost town near Las Vegas over the weekend. Both said "impossible" when we went into the barn. It was wicked dark in there and blistering noon desert-sun outside. They both fell over dead when they saw this. I called 911. They are OK now... :-)

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    Nice!
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    Staying up late is always worth it. Something nostalgic about this image. Beautiful.
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    Holy molies! Now that is impressive. It feels like what the human eye sees.
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    I am shocked by the range here...what glass Jim?
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.H.Haskell View Post
    I am shocked by the range here...what glass Jim?
    17-50mm RPZ.

    ISO 500 (against my nature but we forgot ND's).

    HDRx +4

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    awsome.... incredible.... HDR will be the killer feature...
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    Nice...
    Amazing how much detail retained indoor and the high lights outdoor
    are still way managed, there even seems to be distant detail with a gentleman
    on the porch...

    Very cool indeed
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    This is going to save so much time and money it's not even funny, oh my god.
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    I just took delivery of a 17-50 today...one could shoot a feature with this lens. Thanks for sharing Jim.
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