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    Nope, but I do pack about 20-30 extra lbs around in tripods and camera gear!
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    Great pics Aron! It looks like you've got a National Geographic photography crew following you around!


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    Backpack Hunting Pictures!

    I need to take photos more seriously. I'm normally alone and setting up good photos solo is such a pain. I normally don't carry the extra weight and don't bother with the hassle. I'm lucky to have my camera phone and a joby gorillapod.


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    Seeing photo's like that really makes me wish I would have taken more time on my hunts to take more pictures! I sure hope I get to do some hunts like that in the future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by extreme minnesotan View Post
    Seeing photo's like that really makes me wish I would have taken more time on my hunts to take more pictures! I sure hope I get to do some hunts like that in the future!
    Pictures are incredibly important to me now. I never used to take them, now I take them all of the time because I don't want to miss some of the best memories of hunts.

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    I would also shoot in RAW as much as you can and get editing software. You'll probably want to get a backup hard drive as well, as RAW photos take up a bunch of space.

    When you shoot in RAW, you can do just about anything to the photo with the editing software, so a bad photo that's taken at the time can be easily fixed.

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    Good photos....I like the close up/blurred background look.

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    Great thread! Nice pics gentlemen!

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    This thread is Epic! I hereby pledge to have a camera with me at ALL times. My wife usually takes the pics but we both need to be more diligent. This thread has me going nuts!

 

 

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