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Lake Pedder, in the Southwest National Park, Tasmania
Lens: D FA 28-105 Camera: Pentax K-1 Photo Location: Tasmania ISO: 100 Shutter Speed: 1/500s Aperture: F5.6 
Posted By: RobA_Oz, 11-16-2020, 02:34 PM

This is a six-shot panorama, stitched together in Photoshop CS5.

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11-16-2020, 02:43 PM   #2
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Absolutely lovely landscape! I wonder, is it shot close to sundown or did you use a gradient filter? The sky has a pleasant blue to it and I can only spot a tiny cloud. Very nice!
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Absolutely lovely landscape! I wonder, is it shot close to sundown or did you use a gradient filter? The sky has a pleasant blue to it and I can only spot a tiny cloud. Very nice!
Thank you for your kind comments. In fact, this was shot at the worst time for modelling light on landscape, in the middle of the day, but it was an exceptionally clear day, and the breeze on the water was kind to us. I think I might have used a half-stop gradient filter on the sky in PS, but not a physical one.
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A beautiful part of the world, to be sure

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Very nice for all the right reasons. However, I am sure you won't take offence, and you probably know anyway, the outlook today just isn't a patch on what the scenery was before it was flooded.
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Beautiful subject! Personally I would like it a bit more exposed.
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Just STUNNING!
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A beautiful part of the world, to be sure
Thank you. We rather like it all. Natural beauty makes it easy to find good photos.

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Very nice for all the right reasons. However, I am sure you won't take offence, and you probably know anyway, the outlook today just isn't a patch on what the scenery was before it was flooded.
Thank you. Not having had the means to travel there prior to its flooding, I couldnít comment from personal experience, but I have seen the photos taken by those who did. Of course, what was there is still there, but harder to see now.
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Beautiful subject! Personally I would like it a bit more exposed.
Thank you. Iím often surprised by how different some photos look on different devices. To my eye, this looks fine on my 27Ē iMac, but on some others it probably does appear a little under-exposed. I suspect the lower contrast resulting from the time of day is the source of that.
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Just STUNNING!
Thank you. That was my thought when I visited your lovely city, too. The differences between our environments is the reason we all travel, isnít it? Nonetheless, itís always gratifying to have your own work appreciated by people from other places.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RobA_Oz Quote
This is a six-shot panorama, stitched together in Photoshop CS5.
looks like a stunning vista! love the pano. well done
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looks like a stunning vista! love the pano. well done
Thanks, Stephen. Iíve been exploring the potential of landscape panos lately, so itís gratifying to hear from others that Iím heading the right way.

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Wonderful panorama, a seamless representation of a pristine environment. Well done
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Wonderful panorama, a seamless representation of a pristine environment. Well done
Nice of you to say so, Liney. Itís not wholly pristine, of course, but then not much is, when you take the long view.
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