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The River that Ran Through Lyon at Midnight I walked around Lyon at midnight with a Russian friend.  He saw me walking with my camera attached to my tripod and the strap hanging down.  He winced, saying he saw one of his friend's cameras just drop off the head and crash to the ground.  He forced me to wrap the strap around the tripod just in case... and I still do that to this day, thinking about is disapproving Russian scowl.  I don't need to see that it my mind's eye...Trey's Tip:  I like HDR for many reasons.  In this case, I really like how it ghosted he water and made it look quite painterly.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

The River that Ran Through Lyon at Midnight


I walked around Lyon at midnight with a Russian friend. He saw me walking with my camera attached to my tripod and the strap hanging down. He winced, saying he saw one of his friend's cameras just drop off the head and crash to the ground. He forced me to wrap the strap around the tripod just in case... and I still do that to this day, thinking about is disapproving Russian scowl. I don't need to see that it my mind's eye...

Trey's Tip: I like HDR for many reasons. In this case, I really like how it ghosted he water and made it look quite painterly.

- Trey Ratcliff

Click here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

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