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      For the love of landscape... Another classic view at Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters in Wells, Maine. This is the spot where the Lady Slippers grow in spring and in fall it is a curtained window on the marsh. In-camera HDR. …
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      From what I can find, the current version of Polarr does support RAW and RAW editing. Not sure where the article author got his info. I have also used Snapseed and it is a great app, especially at the price. However the way “custom filters” or …
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      I have “edit topics” and “edit title” but no “edit post”??? As far as I know Polarr handles RAW images from most cameras...but since, as you suspected, I don’t shoot RAW, I can not be sure. Shooting jpeg is one part of the Point and Shoot attitude …
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      Since I apparently can not edit my original post, I should clarify. To me Point and Shoot Nature Photography is not so much about the camera you use as your attitude and workflow. The Point and Shoot photographer lets the camera do everything it …
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      Yes, I recognized you and enjoyed your recent set from Acadia. One of my favorite places too, but I don’t get there as much as I used to. Point and Shoot is not really about the camera and I know I did not make that clear. Maybe I should edit. :) …
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      Ah yes. You have to try Polarr. It is worth the subscription for the “advanced” features, but give the free version a try first to see if suits your workflow. It has replaced all other editors for me.
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      StephenIngraham
      StephenIngraham
      A landscape photo about nothing. There is no subject here beyond the patterns of color, texture, light, shape. And I think that is okay, at least once in a while. Does every landscape photo, or every photo for that matter, need a subject...and …
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      StephenIngraham
      Taking satisfying nature: wildlife, bird, landscape, macro photography has never been easier. You can do it with a phone...but today’s advanced, long-zoom, point-and-shoot cameras give you a range of options and opportunities that conventional long …
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