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Here's a thread we can share some of the great, cool, or unique photos while hunting.
 
Here's some from my last trip.
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Very nice Skylar.
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Thank you! Wink
 
I'm still learning about how to use it. But I love this thing. If I wasn't hiking so much, I would have carried it with me, but I was bowhunting and I could' carry the Camera, Bino's, and the bow or there would have been a ton more photos.
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I took this one last week for our new website.



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My wife took these two the day before.



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Jason- That is an amazing photo!
 
I need details brother. What did you use, settings, so on and so forth, if you don't mind sharing?
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Jeez I honestly don't know.  I think it was on 200 iso, and I just moved that little dial thingy til it was centered on that bar thingy.  Bucky   My wife just gave me her camera and said it was set up.  Plus she uses adobe lightroom to edit her photos as well. 

She is just getting started into photography. 
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WOW!
 
That's amazing! Ted and I are going to get together here soon and go over my camera in great detail, I can't wait to cature stuff like that.
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My sister has been into Photography for about 10 years and has gotten pretty good.  So she has gotten my wife into it now and borrowed her and Canon DSLR, I am not even sure which one.  But it has 3 different lenses and does all kinds of crap.  The originals don't look as good.  She has spent hours and hours learning how to use Lightroom to make the pics look much better.  So far I think she is doing a pretty good job.  Very proud of her. 
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I have a Nikon D7000, but I don't take it hunting much.  I have some hunting pics from my Mirrorless Nikon 1, if this weren't a DSLR only thread.
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This one turned out really cool as well. 


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By the way, yours are awesome as well Skylar.  Awesome indeed.
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That sword pic looks like a very interesting hunt, RC.

Love the pics so far guys.
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Missed the "while hunting" part.

The sword had nothing to do with my hunting, everything to do with WW2 - so - hunting, kinda.
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Regardless, I like the focal point.

Very nice.
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

Missed the "while hunting" part.

The sword had nothing to do with my hunting, everything to do with WW2 - so - hunting, kinda.

Different kind of hunt, different kind of trophy.

Cool pic.
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To use that sword on a Hog up close and personal would make a good hunting story. Nice souvenir RC.
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Wife's grandfather's sword, brought it back from WW2, where he took it from a German officer.
 
He brought back some very cool stuff.
 
There are fewer of them left each day (WW2 vets) , soon it will all be forgotten history, and someone will make the same mistakes, and we'll do it all again.
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Some very impressive photos gentlemen.
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Not a hunting pic, but it was with wife's DSLR.
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Nice shot Billy.
 
Here's one of the first ones I took, once I got the camera.
 
I really like how they turned out, even if my son wouldn't cooperate.
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Bill, is that Powell?
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