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Valey of the 10 Peaks - Moraine Lake Pano
Lens: DA 12-14 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Lake Louise, Alberta ISO: 200 Shutter Speed: 1/200s Aperture: F9.5 
Posted By: daacon, 05-31-2012, 12:05 PM

Here is a 9 stich pano of yes you got it Moraine Lake also called the valley of the 10 peaks.

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BW one as well



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Really like the B&W. JIM
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Good capture Dave. B&W does it well, with a touch more microcontrast.
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I have to find some stiching software, you're getting me all inspired.

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Very nice pano Dave, did you take it from Lake level or upstairs? I prefer the B&W, looks real good in the large version.
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Another vote for that outstanding B&W one, Dave. Wonderful job of stitching (something I've never tried) and producing the B&W conversion. You da man.

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Really like the B&W. JIM
Thanks Jim I think the more I look at it the more I like it.

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Good capture Dave. B&W does it well, with a touch more microcontrast.
Thanks Ash appreciate you coming by to comment.

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I have to find some stiching software, you're getting me all inspired.
Thanks Norm - lots of free ones available that do a good job (for windows I hear Microsoft Ice is good) - I use Photoshop CS4 very forgiving and good results.

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Very nice pano Dave, did you take it from Lake level or upstairs? I prefer the B&W, looks real good in the large version.
Thanks Heinrich - the 'easy' trail from the back to the top was not accessible , this was from maybe 5 - 8 feet of climbing the front face of the rock pile.

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Another vote for that outstanding B&W one, Dave. Wonderful job of stitching (something I've never tried) and producing the B&W conversion. You da man.
Jer
Thanks Buddy seems to the preferred version.
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A perfect pano Dave.--charliezap

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Oh yeah, both really good.

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Gives it the Ansel touch Dave TFS


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Stunning Dave. I love the B&W version. Well done.
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A perfect pano Dave.--charliezap
Thanks Charlie perfect ??? now I have to stop there is no where to go but down

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Oh yeah, both really good.
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Thanks CC appreciate the comments.

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Gives it the Ansel touch Dave TFS
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Thanks Ivan a long way from that benchmark but it is the bar to shoot for.

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Stunning Dave. I love the B&W version. Well done.
Thanks Susan glad you enjoyed them.
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