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05-14-2018, 05:27 AM - 9 Likes   #16201
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Sunrise and Wildflowers (DFA 24-70mm)



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Last painted lady... the moment passed quickly, preparing for lift off.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rondec Quote
Sunrise and Wildflowers (DFA 24-70mm)
wow, very nice.

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Sunset a bit after 9pm - summer is nearly upon us
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One of the many piers around our little island. Well, "our" little island. It's where we spend our summers.
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Some remnants from last year.
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A "gull post" - you need two to make a score, right?
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Another typical scene from the island - one of the main roads. The only wheeled vehicle you'll find are wheelbarrows.
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Sea/cloudscape from the very same island.

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A 'mammoth' Brenizer shot, 67 images stacked to this shot;

Eric

It is our neighbour Eric's last day on this street, tomorrow he moves to Canberra to be close to his sister and extended family.
Eric has lived in his home (pictured behind) for over 40yrs, he is known all around town and is held in high regard.
He will surely be missed.

I took this Brenizer shot to try and capture him and his house in all it's glory. It's a mammoth stitch of 67 jpgs, and LR even refused to open it (had to shrink it in PS). (It's original file size was 450mb, it stands at 90mb now and 150megapixels roughly).

The images to follow are crops of the same stitched shot, they illustrate how much detail is in the final image.
I am personally studying the Brenizer method, finding that sweet spot where the Medium Format look starts to appear, I believe you can go too large (such as this shot) and lose the effect, but closer crops have that 3D effect more.

In future I shall try the technique where the subject is comprised of stitching rather than a still from one frame.




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05-14-2018, 01:20 PM   #16207
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QuoteOriginally posted by BruceBanner Quote
A 'mammoth' Brenizer shot, 67 images stacked to this shot;

Eric

It is our neighbour Eric's last day on this street, tomorrow he moves to Canberra to be close to his sister and extended family.
Eric has lived in his home (pictured behind) for over 40yrs, he is known all around town and is held in high regard.
He will surely be missed.

I took this Brenizer shot to try and capture him and his house in all it's glory. It's a mammoth stitch of 67 jpgs, and LR even refused to open it (had to shrink it in PS). (It's original file size was 450mb, it stands at 90mb now and 150megapixels roughly).

The images to follow are crops of the same stitched shot, they illustrate how much detail is in the final image.
I am personally studying the Brenizer method, finding that sweet spot where the Medium Format look starts to appear, I believe you can go too large (such as this shot) and lose the effect, but closer crops have that 3D effect more.

In future I shall try the technique where the subject is comprised of stitching rather than a still from one frame.




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Impressive result I can only notice few stitching errors, I think it can be easily cloned out in post. Most noticeable on the roof. The look is very cool though
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QuoteOriginally posted by awscreo Quote
Impressive result I can only notice few stitching errors, I think it can be easily cloned out in post. Most noticeable on the roof. The look is very cool though
Yeah I saw that too, but felt it wasn't enough to detract from the end result. I thought about cloning it.... but then thought better of it lol.

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On the Victorian coastline with a group of landscapers, I got shown some samples by the leader that were Photoshopped to the extreme, so I thought for the picture of Dragon's Head Rock, we can all play that game!

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And 3 more from the K-1, Tamron 300 2.8 and F 1.7x AF adapter.
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More milky way practice, K1 and Irix 15 mm
Five 25 second shots stacked in Sequator, Foreground light painting

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