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07-25-2018, 10:13 AM   #1651
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Thank you, I think I'm going to find IR work very addictive!
Yup. IR can really be hot stuff.

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Yup. IR can really be hot stuff.
I really can't see how.
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I really can't see how.
You need a pit-viper transplant. Makes it easier to visualize the image beforehand. Also helps driving at night.
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You need a pit-viper transplant.
Like I need another hole in the head. Make that two.

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Ten portrait frames stitched in Lightroom

Vivitar 28mm f2 'close focusing' on a K5ii. (Cross posted)
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K10D and D FA 28-105, 4 image pano merge.
I enjoy your cloudscapes
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I enjoy your cloudscapes
Glad to hear it. Thanks Mike!
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You'll want to open these images up full size to get a better look at them (in my opinion)

One of my favorite panoramas that I have taken over the years. It consists of 9 shots, turned into 3 HDR images via Photomatix Pro, then stitched together using HUGIN panorama software.

These colors are accurate to what was actually seen that day. A friend of mine called me one afternoon and told me that if I didn't get outside to see this sunset, I would regret it for the rest of my life. So I ran out back and saw the most amazing colors. So I jumped in my car and drove a block and a half to the local hospital parking garage, went up on the roof 3 or 4 stories up, and took this panoramic from the middle of town!



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My next favorite panorama involves 12 photos turned into 4 HDR images in Photomatix Pro, then stitched in Hugin. I love nature =)

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You'll want to open these images up full size to get a better look at them (in my opinion)

One of my favorite panoramas that I have taken over the years. It consists of 9 shots, turned into 3 HDR images via Photomatix Pro, then stitched together using HUGIN panorama software.

These colors are accurate to what was actually seen that day. A friend of mine called me one afternoon and told me that if I didn't get outside to see this sunset, I would regret it for the rest of my life. So I ran out back and saw the most amazing colors. So I jumped in my car and drove a block and a half to the local hospital parking garage, went up on the roof 3 or 4 stories up, and took this panoramic from the middle of town!



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My next favorite panorama involves 12 photos turned into 4 HDR images in Photomatix Pro, then stitched in Hugin. I love nature =)
That first one is spectacular! The second is good too.
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K10D A 35-105 f/3.5, 5 image pano merge.
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there's a stitching artifact that I need to fix sometime... but it's not obvious at this size
7 or so frames stitched in hugin
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Rain over the High Atlas foothills, Tinghir, Morocco. K-5 II, DA 70mm Limited, stitched from three landscape orientation frames in Hugin (crossposted from "Just Black and White-ur B/W Monochrome photos here").


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Rain over the High Atlas foothills, Tinghir, Morocco. K-5 II, DA 70mm Limited, stitched from three landscape orientation frames in Hugin (crossposted from "Just Black and White-ur B/W Monochrome photos here").


Very nice shot. I could never figure out how to use Hugin...
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