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  1. Chris Calohan

    f/Stop Photo Competition

    While it may not bring a smile to your faces, though I hope it will, it made me happy last night to take Best of Show and a second place in Landscape. As well, I got a great Purchase Prize Award. Best of Show Second Place - Landscape Purchase Prize Award
  2. Chris Calohan

    A Little Bit of Sunshine, a Little Bit of Rain

    Over St Marks NWR, NW, Florida the Second shot is a detail of the rain
  3. Chris Calohan

    The Next Morning

  4. Chris Calohan

    A Rainy Night in Florida

  5. Chris Calohan

    After the Sun Sets B&W

  6. M

    The first sunsh-t of 2021…

    Yes, I said “sunsh-t” because this is a sorry mess. Welcome to the new year! May you find an unspoiled landscape to photograph. This was in the LA area.
  7. M

    Winter window sunsets

    A few views out the window this week. Don't know what I’d do without this western view during lockdown!
  8. M

    Geometric Chicken-Foot Sunset

    The tree trimmers came by earlier in the week and improved my west-facing LA-area lockdown peephole view of the world. Thursday evening, I peeked out to catch the sunset and was greeted with some large chicken foot and other geometric shapes. I think there’s a sunset buried in here somewhere...
  9. Chris Calohan


  10. Chris Calohan

    But Clouds got in My Way

    Still learning the nuances of my MIOPS Lightning Trigger, not that it would have made much more of a shot given the cloud cover.
  11. Chris Calohan

    Clouds Afire

  12. J

    My World: Southern Utah Panoramas

    Six exposure panorama: top 3 were exposed for the sky, bottom 3 for shadow, did a few of the middle shot. I first made a sky pano, then shadow pano, then blended them with manual masking in the middle. Burr Trail Sunset