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Looking at the world with open eyes

There are great opportunities for images all around us. So the key is to have a camera with you at all times. Jay Maisel, one of the titans of photography, is legendary for just that. And with ultra small point and shoot cameras, there’s no reason not to be prepared.

Over the holidays, we were fortunate to spend several days in a wonderful cabin high in the Colorado Rockies. One morning, just as a storm was breaking, I walked up to the kitchen window and saw this wonderful vignette.

Once captured, you could play with the image to create a mood. Here's the result of the photo filter adjustment found under Image-Image adjustment-Photo Filter in Photoshop. I used the 82 cooling filter.

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