Devil's Gardens

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    WOW! Did you take these pictures? What camera are you using?
     
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    TJ, I always take all my pictures ;) (using auto shutter when on solo trips).
    The camera is SONY CyberShot DSC-HX1.
    It takes pretty good shots by itself but I also do a bit of post-processing on them (color vibrance, contrast, exposure correction).
    Outdoor photography is my hobby (next to barefoot running of course :embarrassed:).
     
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    Wonderful! Great photos - looks like you really nailed the weather too, which is always great.

    I've got to get my backpack out of the cupboard again soon!
     
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    :eek: Awesome pictures! Awesome place!
     
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    How does it do indoors?

    What program do you use to do the post-processing?
     
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    It's good for indoors too. It has a nice feature for low light conditions:
    "The HX1 also packs in a low-light shooting option, which takes advantage of a similar process of overlaying several images to produce a single low-noise shot."

    http://www.digitalcamerareview.com/default.asp?newsID=4087&review=sony+cybershot+hx1

    As for post-processing, Photoshop is my choice.
     
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    Well yes, but I couldn't go wrong with the weather these days.
    I am lucky to live in Oregon where we have this 3 month long window of sunny weather every year.
    And I mean literally, from July 4th till end of September there are only clear blue skies, plenty of sun and no rain at all every single day.
    That is my hiking/backpacking season. So I basically only run when it rains (the rest of the year) :D
     
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