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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 11:53 pm 
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After looking at a previous post, I was unhappy that the image looked cluttered and lacking compositional focus. So, I went for all out simplicity and there should be no question about what I was trying to portray here.

This is a crop from a 2x6 (x2 exposure brackets)... so probably the equivalent of a 1x5 w/ a 50mm lens. TIF/HDR merge.

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 1:15 am 
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Incredible !
I did not even know that my screen had the ability to display such colors..

Is this panorama viewable somewhere with a higher resolution ?

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I am doing a hi-res render now... this was just from a 5% render.

Later tonight I'll try to get a larger one posted.


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Coool :)

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Incredible colors, is the horizon level on the corners?

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sigh... everytime you post a picture you make me wonder if I should bother posting any of mine ;)

but seriously - I love almost every project you choose to show us!

You are an inspiration for me to keep working on perfecting the panoramic image.

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capacious... keep 'em comin'


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Larger... and perhaps a bit less saturation.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:27 am 
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Feeling from this second image is really different. much more... peacefull.

Which one is the most accurate with what you saw ?

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The second... definitely.


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