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    Mountains at noon

    So we went driving up the the mountains around Hobble creek/Provo Canyon today. Here's one I took, it's poor lighting at just about noon, but not too bad, I think this is the buckley mountain area.



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    Looks like typical Utah air haze to me lol
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    yeah, and yesterday was a pretty good day lol.
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    Ha ha I like the pic tho I think it's excellent. The right side looks perfect but the left slightly hazy up through that little valley. Landscapes seem really hard to get the whole thing in focus, and then there's all the lighting issues when taking in that large of a shot
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    Thanks man, yeah landscapes can be hard sometimes, this one was not at the best time of day so lighting was pretty harsh. The haze is just inversion its not like its out of focus or something, just poor air quality. I was bugged by the haze too, but the more I look at it, the more I don't mind it, kindof gives depth to the mountain range a little. We want to go back sometime at sunrise or sunset and reshoot this whole area. lots of cool places up there.
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    Yeah exactly its not bad it all it looks natural to me.
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