DLWS Yellowstone – D3x
Oh man, I’m in heaven! I’m out in the snow where it’s nice and cold, it’s gorgeous and I’m with family! Life just doesn’t get any better.
Saturday was a great day of shooting. You’ve already seen the run we had with the Bobcat, but that was just frosting on the cake. We had the gorgeous landscape unfold before us. Here is a closeup at Black Sand. One thing that really attracts me at the hot springs are the “areal” photo you can find by just bending over (sticking that ass in the sky) and looking straight down, you can take a photo of the entire world with a three foot span.
These images are not officially from DLWS, but from the staff’s Saturday scouting. These images were taken with the D3x and by no means are good representations of the amazing, just amazing detail these big ass files present. The photos I took of the hoar frost and the detail in them, I just can’t wait to print really large because YOU will see that minute detail that is so cool about hoar frost. I’m really looking forward to having more time with the D3x, basic shooting, side by side and 12 vs 14bit testing. Once I have the info, I’ll bring it to you. I do appreciate the out pouring from folks for just the basic of basic info I’ve been able to post so far.
Photos captured by D3x, 14-24AFS . 70-300VR on Lexar UDMA digital film