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03-21-2020, 09:56 AM - 1 Like   #2281
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Multistitch pano from Takumar Bayonet 135mm on K-1 I need to plan these sorts of shots better when I use a longer lens.


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5 portrait image merge with the K-1 II and D FA 28-105.
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The fog was thick in the valley where I live, but the view was clear from the mountains . Multishot Stitch K-1 and FA 24-90 IF AL. Cross-post from the "Bad Weather Makes Good Pictures" Thread.

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This morning on Galway Bay. Five JPEGs from my K-5 wearing a Sigma 18-300 glued together and tone mapped in Affinity. This is as close to a landscape opportunity as I'm going to get for (at least) the next three weeks, apparently.

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QuoteOriginally posted by photocles Quote
This morning on Galway Bay. Five JPEGs from my K-5 wearing a Sigma 18-300 glued together and tone mapped in Affinity. This is as close to a landscape opportunity as I'm going to get for (at least) the next three weeks, apparently.
That lighting so visually arresting when it happens, but is so fleeting. Glad you were on the spot to record it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by photocles Quote
This is as close to a landscape opportunity as I'm going to get for (at least) the next three weeks, apparently.
I am glad that you were there to capture it. That is spectacular. TFS.
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QuoteOriginally posted by WPRESTO Quote
Glad you were on the spot to record it.
QuoteOriginally posted by rayallen Quote
I am glad that you were there to capture it.
Yeah, me too!
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Uriarra in the Australian Capital Territory


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Nearly at the top of Mount Coree. The peak marks the Northwest corner of the Australian Capital Territory


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Pano by cropping, departing Flatey, Iceland.
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QuoteOriginally posted by RobG Quote
Nearly at the top of Mount Coree. The peak marks the Northwest corner of the Australian Capital Territory
In 2002 we went up Mt Coree in a rented X-Trail. A guy in a LandCruiser at the top looked very surprised! Hope the track is still 4WD? Great views and a sense of isolation.

View from Walkerville to Waratah Bay and the Hoddle Range, South Gippsland, Victoria. A series of shots with the KP + DA 55-300 PLM at 300mm, stitched with MS ICE.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Des Quote
In 2002 we went up Mt Coree in a rented X-Trail. A guy in a LandCruiser at the top looked very surprised! Hope the track is still 4WD? Great views and a sense of isolation.
The last 100m would be impassable for an X-trail at the moment. Someone drove a Subaru that far, but I didn't risk the belly of my Mazda CX5. There were some large rocks (bread loaf to rugby ball size) on the last kilometre of the road which I'm glad I avoided. Besides, I needed the exercise!

Your pano is nice but a little dark on my screen.
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Your pano is nice but a little dark on my screen.
Thanks for the feedback Rob. I have adjusted the exposure and replaced the image. Revised version.
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High tide at the Barna pier. From last evening while on my 'one 2km daily' allowance ramble in the neighborhood. Notice the absence of people in all directions. Handful of JPEGs from my Moto One running Open Camera welded together in Affinity.
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Pano of a field covered by termite mounds, blade-shaped and all oriented exactly the same way. Each mound contains millions of termites, so this field contains more termites than there are people in any country
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