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In this episode follow me into The Zion National Park, I will show you some of the best photos that I got and how I retouched them!

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  1. katkat33
    katkat33 says:

    Hello, impressive photos. I'm trying to figure out the time when sun sets below the mountains for the Canyon Overlook trail. Any chance you could check/recall the approximate time and date when the photo there was taken? Thanks!

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  2. hellomyphone
    hellomyphone says:

    Ah Ok Sony Colors… Canon colors are for my taste far more suitable for landscapes. I owned Sony a5100 and Panasonic GF7 cameras and returned them in favor for a Canon DSLR; I kept a Sony RX100 but only because it is pocketable, whenever possible I shoot with canon even if the RX100 photos are sharper (yes the RX100 is a beast, is blowed even the a5100 out of the water in terms of sharpness)

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  3. PintoBlades
    PintoBlades says:

    Is Light Room only available in subscription form or can you purchase the program? The only editor I have have is an old version of ACDSee. I would really love to try a Lr version like you have. I am just getting into photography. I am shooting with a Nikon D70s, I know it's old but it's all I have right now.

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  4. Carlo Sesenna
    Carlo Sesenna says:

    May you please show and explain better, maybe in the next tutorial, your flow starting from the way you import pictures from an sd card or directly from your camera or from the hard drive to lightroom and how to handle catalogues, picture formats etc etc? This remains quite unclear for me… For the rest, great tutorial as usual! 😉👍

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  5. Thomas
    Thomas says:

    Great as always. Learnt very much from you. Wondering sometimes if you use the other settings in LR or if you imported with a preset. Like sharpening, etc… Because the pictures look very nice without doing it. Would be great if you just scroll down all your settings of a finished picture if you've done everything.

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  6. Eric Larson
    Eric Larson says:

    I was there a couple of months ago. It is always spectacular. Be sure and visit both the eastern section, with its hoodoos, Checkerboard Mesa and wild sheep, and the Kolob Canyon section.

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