Thursday, October 24, 2013

Photos Redone - Fremont Mission Peak and Wildlife

As I learn more RAW photo processing techniques, I get better and better with my results. Recently I went back and redone some of my photos that I felt I didn't adequately process the first time through that was worth reprocessing. Today I am here to show you the new results I have from Fremont Mission Peak in Fremont, CA and one bird photo I shot near Pier 39 in San Francisco, CA. You can view my original photos from Fremont Mission Peak here. You can view my original photos from Pier 39 here.

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Message from the Photographer: Being a US National Parks lover, I have created a Google+ community and a Google+ fan page dedicated to US National Park Photography. If you are interested, please join! You can find the community here and the fan page here. Also second part of my message. Remember that a few month back I took a road trip from the SF Bay Area to Vancouver, BC, Canada? I always shoot RAW which requires post processing, but right now I am done with the main processing part. What I am currently on is what I call the "black and white run" which I check to see which photos I like to process in black and white, and process them that way! Once I am done, I will begin posting them here on my blog, and I will also begin setting up my portfolio. :) Hope you enjoy!

This is a photo shot near the trail head. 

 Here is another landscape shot of Mission Peak. 


I thought the rock formation looked pretty interesting. So here is a photo of it.  

Female Brewer's Blackbird (Euphagus cyanocephalus

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