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11-14-2012, 03:07 PM   #151
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wow that rockefeller shot!

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I'll give this a try.

Swan Lake Flats, Yellowstone NP.

Flooded Yellowstone River.

South Twin Lake, Yellowstone NP.
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love that last one, Steve!

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7 shot panoramic from the top of Cloud's Rest in Yosemite.
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QuoteOriginally posted by crewl1 Quote
Great shots Twitch!
QuoteOriginally posted by mattb123 Quote
Really nice work Twitch!
Thanks!
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love that last one, Steve!
Thanks Mike!
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Sorry, kind of big.

Its Finnish part of Lappland.



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i am somewhat bothered that you posted this so large because i cannot see more than a fraction of the image at a time on my computer, but it also revealed the fact that your individual frames have different points of focus (were you using AF by mistake?). That is, in some areas, the foreground is sharp and the background soft and then in other parts the foreground is soft and parts of the mid and background are sharp. This is challenging to view, quite honestly.
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I just succeeded in doing a basic panoramic shot thanks to all the posts here. The resulting pic isn't anything worth sharing but I'm just excited that it worked. So much learning to do. Thanks all.
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Taken at Joe Pool Lake, Cedar Hill, TX off a kayak(very cautiously) with a 18-135.



Daingerfield State Park with 18-135(it was raining).



Pecan Hill, TX with a Sigma 170-500.


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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
i am somewhat bothered that you posted this so large because i cannot see more than a fraction of the image at a time on my computer, but it also revealed the fact that your individual frames have different points of focus (were you using AF by mistake?). That is, in some areas, the foreground is sharp and the background soft and then in other parts the foreground is soft and parts of the mid and background are sharp. This is challenging to view, quite honestly.
I actually see the picture as it is down there in the screenshot. I think, it is easily a question of the browser.

The panorama was shot with manual focus, the single pictures are sharp from the beginning to the end. But I think in post production some parts were a bit over-processed. When I have time, I could do another version of this. I would definitely do that, if I would get it printed. But on a monitor I just think this is a super minor problem.

Well, nice, that you have taken the challenge to watch the picture though.
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well, here's how your pic looks on my screen. As yours is the ONLY pic i've ever seen that large, I see no point in trying to change any of my settings. I still recommend you re-size your image as a courtesy to others.





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I still recommend you re-size your image as a courtesy to others.
I am just too lazy, you know...

Lovely crop by the way. Variations in grey. Could be posted in the texture and pattern-thread.
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QuoteOriginally posted by christophleipzig Quote
I am just too lazy, you know...

Lovely crop by the way. Variations in grey. Could be posted in the texture and pattern-thread.

or in the blurry photos thread.
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