Flickrfan: Adventuring in the Valley (and a new NBC TV Interview)

July 17, 2009

Adventuring in the Valley (and a new NBC TV Interview), flickrfan, stuckincustoms, portfolio, d3x, patagonia, argentina, el chalten,photo by Stuck in Customs on FlickrFan Stan's site licensed under Creative Commons

Photographed by Stuck in Customs

Argentina is gorgeous. Have I said that before? Doesn’t it go without saying by now?

You really get to know a set of mountains when you have to hike around them. Fortunately, in the middle of these death marches, I was able to stop and drink in some of the scenery. It took a lot longer than necessary to get to the destination, but at least I arrived with a camera full of photos. That beautiful peak in the distance is Fitz Roy. I was very lucky to see it, because 90% of the time it’s covered with clouds.

So, last night something else lucky happened! Here are the high points:
– I did an interview that aired on NBC at 10 PM here in Austin. The segment was all about HDR and turned out really well. Jim Swift interviewed me and he did a great job editing together a nice little story. You can see the full video in the upper left hand area of the TV Station’s KXAN site.

— You guys should contact your local NBC affiliates and ask them to get the segment from KXAN – that would be cool!

— The story also mentioned the HDR Tutorial, which you can get to via that link.

– The news segment mentioned an upcoming PhotoWalk in Austin on August 6 that I am organizing. You can find out more inside the Facebook Event!

From the blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

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