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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 10:02 pm 
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Franz Josef Glacier, Main Iceflow
Westland National Park
South Island, New Zealand

Unexpected multiple pano! All shot w/o moving the tripod or adjusting the nodal point. It also happens that the settings for these two lenses on my pano head are nearly identical.

(1) 1x2 w/ a 20mm lens / whole scene
(1) 2x4 w/ a 50mm lens / bottom detail

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2006 10:55 pm 
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You can maybe accentuate colors to increase the "cold" effect.
I cannot find the "subject" of this panorama, except the technical specificity ;)

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Francois,

1) There's blue and then there's out of control. Any attempt that I've made to increase the saturation goes off. I am trying to play with it, but I don't want it to look garrish.

2) Perhaps lost in translation there... not sure what you're getting at. This was meant to be a bit of an abstract view of the subject. Very similar to what we see from American Southwest sandstone slot canyons... I would love to display them together as a fire and ice theme.

This is not a mosaic:

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They would be interesting side by side.


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I really love the second one ! this one works for me :)

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