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08-30-2016, 05:13 PM - 1 Like   #9526
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Well here's a pano that wasn't done on a tripod - mainly because I did this one stood on a ship on Ullswater:

5 shot pano with Z and FA 80 - 160. One normal and one desaturated...





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Fuels & Oils.
This image is a part of an ongoing body of work "Regional Moments".
Regional NSW, Australia.
Captured on P645Z + FA45-85mm
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Nantucket Island

Here are a few shots from last week. I hope you enjoy them. 645Z w/ 150mm and the new 35mm.
More Nantucket pictures can be seen here:
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Deer Valley Sunset
645Z & DFA55/2.8

08-31-2016, 12:26 AM   #9530
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QuoteOriginally posted by itshimitis Quote
Some from this evening from above Ambleside looking down on to the village:

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FA 75 f/2.8 6 shot pano (on tripod for a change)



DA 28 - 45



FA 75



The final shot of the day was 17 minutes long...

DA 28 - 45

Hi Itshimitis - did I read that correctly? ...17 min exposure!?Ian

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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
Fuels & Oils.
This image is a part of an ongoing body of work "Regional Moments".
Regional NSW, Australia.
Captured on P645Z + FA45-85mm
find me on instagram @thomasbrownphoto
Very cool - reminds me of Gregory Crewdsons work also....
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QuoteOriginally posted by BostonUKshooter Quote
Hi Itshimitis - did I read that correctly? ...17 min exposure!?Ian

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Very cool - reminds me of Gregory Crewdsons work also....
Indeed you did read it correctly. It was pretty dark. I also had a field of cows around me!
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Another of the earlier pano shot from a moving boat...this time in BW with some Silver tone...

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QuoteOriginally posted by BostonUKshooter Quote
Very cool - reminds me of Gregory Crewdsons work also....
Except it's not staged as some sort of lurid social commentary and displayed at billboard scale?

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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
Deer Valley Sunset
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Another awesome composition, Mike!

I like how you: placed the sun 1/3 into the natural subframe created by the tree; balanced the darkness in the lower corners, set the camera height so the lowest tree branch is above the mountains; equalized the thicknesses of various layers (blue sky, cloud banks, mountains, lit grass tops); made the tree-to-frame-edge margin about the same as the thickness of the tree canopy; and many other things!
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QuoteOriginally posted by BostonUKshooter Quote
Very cool - reminds me of Gregory Crewdsons work also....
Thank you , this was indeed inspired by Crewdson's work.
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Two images from the evening 'Fish and Chips' cruise. Have so images to process from this...

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One more before I get myself together for my 5 hour drive home...

Z and 28 -45 - cropped in by a quarter:


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QuoteOriginally posted by Thomasbrowphoto Quote
Fuels & Oils.
This image is a part of an ongoing body of work "Regional Moments".
Regional NSW, Australia.
Captured on P645Z + FA45-85mm
find me on instagram @thomasbrownphoto
I think that's maybe my fave photo of yours I've seen.
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after 1.5 months of straight blank clear skies, we FINALLY had clouds roll in very briefly during sunset. yea!

Deer Valley Sunset
645Z & DFA55/2.8

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QuoteOriginally posted by photoptimist Quote
Another awesome composition, Mike!

I like how you: placed the sun 1/3 into the natural subframe created by the tree; balanced the darkness in the lower corners, set the camera height so the lowest tree branch is above the mountains; equalized the thicknesses of various layers (blue sky, cloud banks, mountains, lit grass tops); made the tree-to-frame-edge margin about the same as the thickness of the tree canopy; and many other things!
Thanks!
But I don't know about all that. I just look for something pretty and press the black button on the camera.
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QuoteOriginally posted by mikeSF Quote
after 1.5 months of straight blank clear skies, we FINALLY had clouds roll in very briefly during sunset. yea!

Deer Valley Sunset
645Z & DFA55/2.8

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Thanks!
But I don't know about all that. I just look for something pretty and press the black button on the camera.
Mike, Your description in Flickr says that you manually blended two shots. Was there no wind? How did you do that?
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