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Old 07-05-2016, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Trip report: Desolation/Mokelumne Wildernesses

Here is a blog link for our latest trip:

Look, Mom, We're Camping!: Desolation and Mokelumne Wildernesses: June 2016

Sorry for the clunky URL -- I am not sure how to edit the link so that the text is clearer.

In the next post within this thread, I am going to try to post a picture here, as an "appetizer." If it does not work, I will try again with a different technique.
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So this is my first attempt to post a picture -- we will see:


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Ha! It worked! And I think that if you click on "expand," you can see a larger version of the photo.
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It turns out that expanding the image is not very worthwhile -- it first redirects you to a hosting site, and then if you click it again, you get a huge photo that is hard to view because it is too large.
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Love the photo. I didn't bring a tripod with me this summer, so I can't play with those.

How long an exposure, and what did you use to paint the trailer?
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30 seconds at an ISO of 3200. And I have an incandescent flashlight -- 30 years old -- that sheds a warm light for a quick paint job on foreground objects.

If you like night shots, check out the blog link -- there are others.

By the way, you can do this without a tripod -- just put the camera on a picnic table!
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Great photos. I always enjoy looking at the ones folks list.
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