Rocky Mountain National Park

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I was in Colorado for a business trip and spent an extra day and visited Rocky Mountain National Park. Here are some of the better shots from that morning's hike:

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I would love to hear your thoughts!
 
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wow that park looks absolutely incredible!!!

The shots all look out of focus to me, or maybe just soft though, not sure why? Maybe my monitor is just screwy.

But the captures are nice and again, it looks like a place i need to put on my "must visit" list.
 
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wow that park looks absolutely incredible!!!

The shots all look out of focus to me, or maybe just soft though, not sure why? Maybe my monitor is just screwy.

But the captures are nice and again, it looks like a place i need to put on my "must visit" list.

A lot of these where blended multiple exposures and it was very windy outside, so it is possible that the tripod shifted a bit. Maybe it's because I've looked at them too much, but I don't see anything conspicuously out of focus, but my eyes are awful, so maybe I'm missing it. :eek:

Does anyone else notice it?
 
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Bump, my previous question, which may now rise to paranoia :biggrin:
 
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I think they are a little soft, too. The multiple exposures could very well account for that, especially if windy while shooting. IMO they are lacking some contrast, also. At least that is the way they look on my monitor. Nice shots though. RM park is a beautiful place.
 
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very nice pictures. i was there in june and there was still a ton of snow on ground, it was surprising, now i can see why though.
 
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Very nice series. My favorite is #9. I like the muted colors. It gives the feeling of cold and desolate.

Thank you! I appreciate that.
 
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I think they are a little soft, too. The multiple exposures could very well account for that, especially if windy while shooting. IMO they are lacking some contrast, also. At least that is the way they look on my monitor. Nice shots though. RM park is a beautiful place.

Thank you for your thoughts. I also was thinking that the snow blowing everywhere probably softened things like the trees a bit. Either way, I appreciate the feedback!
 
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Seem soft to me too. Why the multiple exposures?


These are mostly HDR images. But conditions were difficult.
 

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