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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2012 2:27 pm 
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Hi,
the fall was pretty superb this year with a number of possibilities to shoot nice panos.

The first one shows a chestnut tree in full fall colours.

The second had a nice carpet of leafs below this maple tree which corresponded nicely with the leafs still on the tree. Taken with a 14mm lens.

The third shows trees in a public (formerly royal) park in Berlin.

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Christian








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Location: Paaaaaaris !
love the third !!!
very nice colors...

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+1 for the third !

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The second is my favorite, nice POV and colors! Could you explain your workflow? Ie. How did you handle the dynamic range?


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DrSlony wrote:
The second is my favorite, nice POV and colors! Could you explain your workflow? Ie. How did you handle the dynamic range?

I Like that, too.
These were actually six images with the 14mm lens (no tripod since I was out on a walk with the family). I corrected the viewpoint slightly, but thats most of it. One thing I noticed when rendering vertical panos is, that APP does them usually better, when they are rotated by 90°. Afterwards I imported the pano to Lightroom, adjusted the white and the clarity a bit and cropped it. No more manipulation. The light was nice because the sun was just opposite of the tree (you can probably see a small flare a bit above the green ring on the tree.

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