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6 points · 19 hours ago

The shadowban will last for two weeks and then your hashtag ban will end in the recent hashtag section, but you will be banned from the top post section for an undetermined amount of time. This happened to me.

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Yup, exactly what happened to me. The "Recent" tags ban lasts two weeks. The "Top" tags (and thus any hope of appearing in the explorer page) lasted 90 days.

WTF has been going on with IG recently? Massive amount of accounts getting hacked, people getting banned for no reason, verfication codes don't work etc

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It's like the IG employees are bored and just looking for new ways to punish its user base for shits and giggles.

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very nice, is this from a wide angle lens? Almost looks like it has a spherical texture

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Original Poster1 point · 5 days ago

Yup. 8mm. Very wide.

Awesome thanks! The FB Page is NYC Hiking & Backpacking 👍🏻

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Original Poster3 points · 5 days ago

Nice, I have tons of shots from Hudson Valley hikes. One of my favorite regions in the US.

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What ND filter have you been using OP?

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Original Poster2 points · 5 days ago

A six stop Lee Little Stopper

Original Poster115 points · 7 days ago · edited 7 days ago

bonus landscape version

This is taken from the summit of Mount Waumbek. Mount Jefferson was just out of frame to the right so not exactly sure what ridgeline that would be in the distance.

Specs of the shot:

  • f=6.3

  • s=2.5

  • iso=1250

  • a = 116mm

I'm based in Boston so the Whites are my backyard, but I travel obsessively shooting landscapes everywhere. If anyone is interested: my website and my instagram.

What altitude were you when you took this shot?

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Original Poster2 points · 6 days ago

About 4100 feet

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I've asked it before but one more time, how can you get such nice exposures, is it bracketing?. I don't have a tripod so cannot use those settings.

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Original Poster2 points · 8 days ago

First, get a tripod! With that you can shoot at really low ISO... this shot is at 31 ISO which is near noiseless.

Second I give a lot of credit here to the exceptional sensor of the Nikon d810. Its dynamic range has got to be twice that of my entry level DSLR I upgraded from.

This shot is a single exposure of 0.6s. Bracketing and blending would have caused funniness with the moon and the clouds and I didn't find it necessary.

Original Poster19 points · 8 days ago

I previously posted a sunrise from the same spot on the shore. This here was taken shortly after sunset on June 24th. I wish I could say this hike was a feat of strength but this place is only a ten minute walk from downtown Banff where my hotel was.

I'm a landscape photographer based in New England: my website and my instagram.

If you haven’t already, I suggest investing in a couple cans of bear spray for when you’re hiking. Those rabid, cannibal bears can be a little too territorial’s like they think the land is theirs or something. If you don’t want to carry bear spray or a firearm you could just do what this guy did Hope you have a great time in Glacier!

Edit: sorry I’m still figuring out Reddit and making word a link to URL

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Your comment reminds me of an AMA by an animal specialist that was on reddit once. He said The best way to combat a wolf attack is to offer a "sacrificial arm" for the wolf to bite. 9/10 times they will take the bait, at which point you proceed to grapple the wolf and shove your fist down its throat for as long as possible.

For some reason that story really stuck with me.

4 points · 10 days ago · edited 9 days ago

The straw that broke the camels back for me was receiving two $75 no stop-no stand tickets (11:00pm and 7:30am, respectively, car was towed by 8:05am), being incorrectly informed that it wasn’t at the lot by 311, and then when I finally figured out they did have it and got to the lot being provided with additional incorrect informed that my registration was expired. Had to pay $105 for the tow in on top of the $150 in tickets as well as another $150 for the tow out because they refused to return my plates despite the stickers and registration saying October (this was May). The individual working refused to accept an email from a email address confirming validity of my registration and basically told me to go back to my home state and obtain a new one if I wanted them back. He wouldn’t even tell me what his system said was the reason for expiration. I had to risk another ticket and tow unlawfully parking on a public way overnight. Then, upon returning the next morning, was told by whoever was working that day how there was no record of any of it in her computer and had my plates returned without hesitation. in NH, the town clerk sells you the plates, at which point they become personal private property and are afforded complete #4A protections against unlawful search/seizure (not that I was able to successfully explain any of this during my first visit to their offices). After all was said and done, I left that office specifically thinking about the employee/s who must have suffered serious workplace violence prior to the city allocating funding for construction of the 3” thick bullet proof glass that now stands between them and the general public. Cherry on top? Got an expired meter ticket seeking reimbursement at city hall (at the behest of BTD, who said they were unable to entertain my request) for the money spent unnecessarily paying to have it towed back to my residence. Parking clerk at city hall also told me to kick rocks, as did the bank who denied my fraud claim since I technically authorized the charge. Greeeat.

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Similar thing happened to me in Somerville, but add to the drama the fact that the Tow Company tore up the undercarriage of my car causing $1000 in damages. I sold my car after that horrendous 48 hour experience and haven’t owned one since.

An oldie but a goodie.

Acorn St is most certainly not paved. There are an endless number of photos of this street and it looks just like this right now. Minus the snow.

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Original Poster13 points · 11 days ago

pave pāv/Submit verb cover (a piece of ground) with concrete, asphalt, stones, or bricks; lay paving over.

The pattern of the stars on the flag looks different. Motion blur or something more? Great shot btw.

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Original Poster15 points · 11 days ago

That flag has been hanging since 1858 when the US had 32 states, hence 32 stars.

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Keytar Bear, Elliot Davis, and the NOT ART guy walk into a bar...

Original Poster2 points · 12 days ago

Yeah, such a great park! I've recently taken to exploring off trail and finding some of the unnamed lakes and peaks, would highly recommend it! Thank you!

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Have you ever checked out Shelf and Solitude Lake (off the Glacier gorge trail at Bear Lake trailhead)? It's a spectacular bushwhack.

2 points · 13 days ago · edited 13 days ago

It's weird there aren't. I'm looking for Franklin County DA results and can't find them anywhere.

I recommend NOT going the Etsy route (i.e. doing all the printing, packaging, and mailing yourself) because you're going to hate it after the first shipping. So much time and labor for $2 profit.

I would recommend setting up a free account, into which you upload high-res jpegs and add a deposit bank account, and they do all the printing and shipping. The default profit to you is 20% per order, they have standard prices, and you get a direct deposit to your bank account once per month. Zero effort required on your part other than uploading the jpeg.

When people ask for a print, just give them the url to that item in your redbubble store. The redbubble print quality is excellent.

Beautiful landscape. I think your editing time would be better spent learning how to remove the contrails from the sky rather than changing the colors though.

Original Poster10 points · 18 days ago · edited 18 days ago

Shot from Clingman's Dome on the AT from a particularly dreary day. Beautiful part of the country - the Appalachians are my favorite mountain range.

I'm a landscape photographer base in New England, for those interested: my website | instagram.

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Original Poster1 point · 18 days ago

Yeah I'm not clicking that.

1 point · 19 days ago · edited 19 days ago

Thank you for this! I’m falling in love with the transit and am leaning towards buying one next year for my conversion.

Do you know if he did the AWD conversion? My biggest peave about the transit is that they only come in 2WD.

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