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Your Image – Maximize Your Landscapes – Add Someone! (preview)

©Kelly Funk Mount Robson rises over Berg Lake, surrounded by the Robson and Berg Glaciers, Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC Gear/Settings: Nikon D3S, 16-35mm f/4 lens shot at 22mm, ƒ14@1/125 sec., ISO 200

©Kelly Funk
Mount Robson rises over Berg Lake, surrounded by the Robson and Berg Glaciers, Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC
Gear/Settings: Nikon D3S, 16-35mm f/4 lens shot at 22mm, ƒ14@1/125 sec., ISO 200

Story and photography by Kelly Funk

We’ve all seen amazing landscape images; they’re moody, dramatic, captivating, and the descriptive list goes on. Personally, I will forever refrain from the much, much too-often-used word “breathtaking” (sorry, just a personal pet peeve). Nevertheless, when we’re out in the field — or mountains, or valley or… well, you get it — we’re all trying to bring home the best images we can. Sometimes, however, the best may mean we’re still leaving something on the table, and I can’t tell you how much that feeling eats at me when I leave a locale even to this day. So, as I’ve learned over the years, always try to maximize the situation you’re presented with.

To read more of Kelly’s column and to read more of this issue please pick up the Summer/Fall 2016 (#38) issue of OPC. Or to never miss an issue please SUBSCRIBE today!

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