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Old May 13, 2013, 11:02 PM   #51
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Default Seattle Pano

Here's a few for Nikon. Taken with a D90 on a recent trip to Seattle and outlying areas. First is a multi shot pano taken from Alki Beach (resizing really degrades the image).
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Default Skagit Valley Tulip Festival

The festival runs the month of April. Incredible fields of color.
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Got "goosed" at the park! Taken with a 70-200 VR.
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Hello to everyone & a big thank you to Marcelo for getting the ball rolling with this post.

All I can say is that I'm feel I'm looking at a great travelogue. Lots of beautiful images taken by very talented forum members.

Thanks for sharing....

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Wizzard0003, I personally think that works really nicely. But I imagined the yellow floats being more light in the B&W. Curious what your thoughts are . . .
Thanks...!

Personally, though I can admire and appreciate B&W, and even like B&W sometimes, I spent my whole childhood
and early adulthood wishing for color... Color pictures, color TV, I was sick and tired of my life being B&W... When
I bought my first SLR in 1982 the things that excited me most where being able to look through-the-lens and actually
focus (no more fixed focus with DOF to infinity), the ability to "change" lenses, having a "Light/Exposure Meter"
actually built into the camera and, most of all, being able to shoot COLOR...!

Honestly, I think very little about B&W... But ya, if I was inclined, I could play with it and come up with a variety of
exposures, composions, effects, etc...

Probably doesn't answer you question but it's the truth, for whatever that's worth...
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Nice, paniolo...!

Nice set, impressive pano...!
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Hello to everyone & a big thank you to Marcelo for getting the ball rolling with this post.

All I can say is that I'm feel I'm looking at a great travelogue. Lots of beautiful images taken by very talented forum members.

Thanks for sharing....

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Jump right in, Zig...!

I've seen your work and I know how good it is...!
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That old lens is holding up very well for you! Nice shots.

Marcelo - what lens were you using for Radio City?
Frank, I used the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 @14mm

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Love that first shot with the road winding off towards the distance...!
Thank you William, I was waiting for the coyote and the roadrunner but I never had chance to see them
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Got "goosed" at the park! Taken with a 70-200 VR.
Nice pano but the tulips pic is just beautiful..!!

Thank you for sharing.

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Hello to everyone & a big thank you to Marcelo for getting the ball rolling with this post.

All I can say is that I'm feel I'm looking at a great travelogue. Lots of beautiful images taken by very talented forum members.

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Hello Zig,

You are welcome and nice to see new forum members contributing with the thread.

We would like to see your fantastic work Zig.
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