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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.

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