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PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 1:42 pm 
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Here is one of the first: 33 megapixel panorama from four 12 megapixel captures. Photoshop post processing.

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PostPosted: Mon Jan 30, 2006 2:35 pm 
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Great job ! The moutains are maybe a little too small, but the sky is so nice... You could try to cut the top of the sky, and maybe a little of the left to get the moutains bigger in the picture.

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Wow, original, I like it, but too bad that the road is cropped.
Did you use a grey neutral gray filter for the sky ?

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Thanks. No filters were used on the lens, besides the notmal UV filter. The sky was processed in Photoshop, and the original images were captured in RAW format.


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The sky is the subject! (do not crop anything, I like it as is...)

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Outstanding, agree that crop nothing! the sky is perfect and the mountains work well as-is. Looks like your photo oozes with detail, must make an amazing print.


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