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Old Sep 3, 2002, 7:05 PM   #1
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Default RR Bridge, Late Afternoon Light:D60 Pano

This was along Rte 1 just on the edge of Thomaston, Maine. Handheld, 13 pix at 35mm setting on 16-35mm lens.
---No---I checked the Exif info, and the lens is the 100-400, at 100mm---


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Old Sep 6, 2002, 4:31 PM   #2
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Like it Walther, but why not put a little sky on it. It would make the photo much better I think.

I saw elsewhere that you like manipulating your photos.
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Old Sep 6, 2002, 5:12 PM   #3
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Klaus,

Sometimes I just like the sky the way it was at the time. These panos are just reminders to me of what my vacation was like. If you would like, you could download the image and see what you can do with the sky, then re-post it & I'll take a look.

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Maybe il do that, thank you.
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Okay Walter. I gave it a shot. Since its late here in DK now about 1 a.m I decided to give it 5 minutes and then to bed.
(My hurry has nothing to do with you photo - I like - but its late)

I just couldt find a good sky - I know the colors aint good. Actually I like your sky better.

Couldnt attatch the photo so please go here:

http://www.pbase.com/image/4557038


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Old Sep 6, 2002, 6:11 PM   #6
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Default Nice one Walter!

Looks great - I can imagine how the full sized image looks!

I've been looking all over for a D60 but all my sources have been having problems getting their backlogs filled - so I guess I'll just have to wait.

I had a shoot in Churchill, Manitoba scheduled for October (Polar Bears) but may have to postpone it unless I shoot it with my 1D or DCS-760. I really wanted to use the D60 for the added ISO capabilities - so may put it off until next year when they or whatever Canon comes out with next is available.

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Old Sep 6, 2002, 6:48 PM   #7
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Lin,

Thanks for taking a peek. Every where I go in the coastal areas of Maine begs for panoramic shots. I also have never seen brighter flowers, which I guess has something to do with the moisture in the air.

Polar bears! You gotta post them when you get back. But I thought the 1D has a greater ISO range than the D60?

Klaus,

I think you put a good sky on the picture, and you blended it in nicely.. Here's a challenge, though: What about the reflection of the clouds in the water?
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Hi Walter,
Yes, the 1D has lots more ISO range than the D60, but it's the six megapixel resolution I'm really after. I have that with the Kodak DCS-760, but my usefull limit is about ISO 400 and the D60 should be good to ISO 800 and much better at low light.

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Your right Walther. Shouldnt be difficult though - but I got enough work in my own pics.
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