Mountains fron Bishop, California. November 2008  

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Mountains fron Bishop, California. November 2008

by magphil » Sat Dec 13, 2008 3:16 pm

Hi,

Here is a small pano taken from Bishop, CA.



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by Ronald Tichelaar » Sat Dec 13, 2008 4:20 pm

Beautiful image magphil!!
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by Andre » Sat Dec 13, 2008 5:13 pm

magphil wrote:Hi,

Here is a small pano taken from Bishop, CA.

Nice pano, but do you have worked on the verticals?




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by beeloba » Sat Dec 13, 2008 10:42 pm

I also like it a lot,
But is it an impression of bracketing non alignment in the weed in the left hand side, or anything else?
I would have hoped more color and contrast between the foreground and the background…
This is a suggestion :)

But if you want a personal comparison from your Pict and what I fell, I'll send it :rolleyes:
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by GURL » Sun Dec 14, 2008 12:34 am

beeloba wrote:I would have hoped more color and contrast between the foreground and the background…

The lighting was probably very special with the suny mounts and snow in the background and dark clouds over the foreground, I like it as is!
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by magphil » Sun Dec 14, 2008 7:57 am

Hi, thanks for your comments.

Your are right Andre, I should have straighten it up. When I shoot pano hand held, I tend to **** slightly vertically from picture to picture. Note that here the field does not appear straight, but the skyline does. Btw we are almost neighbour as I live in Messancy.

Beeloba, there is no hdr here. That was just after breakfast, and the sun started shining on what had started to be a very gloomy, overcast and misty day. But I am open to suggestions.
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by beeloba » Sun Dec 14, 2008 4:49 pm

magphil wrote:Beeloba, there is no hdr here. That was just after breakfast, and the sun started shining on what had started to be a very gloomy, overcast and misty day. But I am open to suggestions.

Is it a blending issue on the left part, it seems to be blurry!

Here is my test, it might be too much, but its very easy to desaturate a bit, my aim was to also see the mountains :)


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by magphil » Mon Dec 15, 2008 2:56 pm

Interesting, but definitely not the colours as have seen them. There was no green in the original colours. Actually the colours are so different from what we are used to that it could as well be a different planet.

Here are 3 pictures (not pano) which illustrate this.







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by beeloba » Mon Dec 15, 2008 3:16 pm

magphil wrote:Interesting, but definitely not the colours as have seen them. There was no green in the original colours. Actually the colours are so different from what we are used to that it could as well be a different planet.
Here are 3 pictures (not pano) which illustrate this.

Okay… I got it :)
The last pictures posted are very much revealing the reality of the nature…
Here is a modification based only on Shadow/highlight filter only on the white parts, no color were touched.


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by magphil » Mon Dec 15, 2008 4:27 pm

Yes, that's better


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