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  • Hey Sky:
    Been looking at youp photos and am very impressed. I have alot to learn.
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    No Poon . . . you don't. You are waaaaay ahead of the curve. You are already in LR editing and 95% of the guys here don't edit. That is a nice effect you used on the last photos you posted. Looks like some type of sun shade effect.
    Thought I would come here and check out your photos. Very very nice. Aren't drones great for good photography? I know there are a lot of places in New Mexico that will be great for flying my drone and taking photos. Going to be fun
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    Maaaan I am having a blast! Living in deserts we have a tremendous flying advantage. I spin up every weekend (as much as I can during the week). I just read up on the Sandia Mountain on wikipedia. I had no idea that was a 10k foot mountain. I've heard of Taos and wanted to ski there but but never made it there.
    Mr. Simmons
    Writing you as I saw your place of residence as Rancho Cucamonga . The pano photo on your member page is beautiful and reminds me of the mountains to the North I saw on while driving out to Loma Linda for business.
    I enjoy reading your posts, I'm a new Mavic Pro fliers and appreciate posts like yours and others to navigate through this enjoyable hobby.
    Regards

    Rick
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    Rick, I am honored and humbled sir.Thank you for the kind, KIND words and I'll try not to ever disappoint you. The pano is Lytle Creek, CA just off the 15 frwy at Sierra (about 20 north/west of Loma Linda). It's a great place to fly. I've never run into any other pilots there, Mostly people go in the summer to waddle in the cold creek water. Reach out anytime if you have questions and call me James.
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