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November 26

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Killing the Chill

November 26

Camden Bottoms

I spent the weekend in Camden, Tennessee for the openning
weekend of duck hunting season. The duck blind is our
home-away-from-home providing a haven for conversation,
eating, bonding and with a little creativity some warmth
for the daily stay.

This is the first time I've pushed the "film speed" to
3200 ISO.

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Robin Reid19-Aug-2010 20:37
Yes this similar to my shot of Patty. Very nice work here.
Dan Chusid02-Dec-2005 21:36
Is he warming his hands
or playing a little pocket pool?
roberta29-Nov-2005 23:47
Wonderful shot Scott.
Heavenly Perspective Photography29-Nov-2005 14:56
This is first rate ! Tells a Story , stimulates the memory , creates a mood and is visually engaging super work vote !
Heavenly Perspective Photography29-Nov-2005 14:55
Great shot ! tells a story , is visually engaging , and sets a mood , also gives pause for distant memories
Dale Unruh29-Nov-2005 05:14
Scott: I like this whole hunting series...well done!!
David Royall29-Nov-2005 00:39
This a great shot that I'm sure will be passed down to many generation of his decendents.
ISO 3200! 1/4s. You have a mighty steady hand.
shatterbug28-Nov-2005 22:35
Nice warm light! Great quality for ISO 3200!
David Clunas28-Nov-2005 22:01
Wonderful light, nice comp, seems to be some deep contemplation going on there.
Buz Kiefer28-Nov-2005 11:14
Excellent lighting, particularly on his face . Warm tones and good shadows.
kent larnhill28-Nov-2005 08:59
Wonderful shot! The lighting is so well done!
Marc Rey27-Nov-2005 22:26
Nice shot. You captured the lighting and mood very well!
Mark Rutter27-Nov-2005 21:03
I'm very envious of the low noise at an unbelievable 3200. Wow this is a special image.
antidote327-Nov-2005 20:15
really...i always thought the 1d could handle the extreme high iso?
lovely light.
Steve England27-Nov-2005 20:13
And no grain to be seen..beautifully lit image..
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