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    Best regards,

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    Thomas Joshua Cooper -- but he would be difficult as a role model. It is tough being that passionate, verbose, and good.
    At least with LF landscape, a bad day of photography can still be a good day of exercise.

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    If you're looking for something more like Ansel Adams, Clyde Butcher is a good fit.

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    Mit Dobrowner's work is a bit over-worked for me to find satisfying. I know Roman Loranc's work is heavily done too, but somehow its much easier live with.

    Ryuijie is another worth looking at.

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    Paul Caponigro

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    Great thread. I'm finding out some great photographers which I've never seen their work. Always someone new to add to my list of favorites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Stanworth View Post
    Mit Dobrowner's work is a bit over-worked for me to find satisfying. I know Roman Loranc's work is heavily done too, but somehow its much easier live with.

    Ryuijie is another worth looking at.
    I was just looking at his site and feel the same way. Overdone, too much contrast, almost hard to enjoy. The scenes are spectacular though.

    I have a question about professional presentation: how many pictures should people include in a gallery/sub-gallery? 34 pictures of storms seemed like a lot to me. Maybe I'm being over critical.
    K.S. Klain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dshambli View Post
    If you're looking for something more like Ansel Adams, Clyde Butcher is a good fit.
    Yup. He's the real deal. I had him bookmarked but without the keyword "landscape". Thanks for the reminder.

    http://www.clydebutcher.com/

    Clyde Butcher in the darkroom


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