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Old Apr 9, 2011, 10:24 PM   #1
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I just want to share some of my panoramic pictures.


Manhattan from New Jersey (E3 + 11-22mm + tripod)





Strawberry Fields Central Park (John Lennon Memorial) E1 + 14-54mm - Hand Held





Manhattan - Downtown- from Brooklyn (E3 + 14-54mm + Tripod)





Manhattan - Midtown - from New Jersey (E3 + 14-54mm +tripod)







Brooklyn Bridge E3 + 11-22mm - Hand held ISO 1600




Fire Island - New York (E3 + 11-22mm + tripod)





Manhattan HDR Panorama (96 bracketed pictures to create 32 HDR pictures attached) E3 + 14-54mm + Tripod






Enjoy your weekend everybody.

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As I've said before, I really do like what you do with the NYC skyline. And these are no less impressive.

The last one is really quite an image. It would be something to see that on a wall.

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I agree with Zig, quite impressive gallery, well done.
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I also agree, great shots. As Zig said that last one belongs on a wall somewhere, very nice
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Old Apr 10, 2011, 10:23 AM   #5
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As I've said before, I really do like what you do with the NYC skyline. And these are no less impressive.

The last one is really quite an image. It would be something to see that on a wall.

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Thank you Zig, I like to do panos but some times they will stay only in my hard drive.

It is expensive to print and frame it, actually the first pano I printed and framed for a friend. It is hanging on his studio wall.

Have a nice weekend.
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I agree with Zig, quite impressive gallery, well done.

Thank you for your feedback
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Old Apr 10, 2011, 10:27 AM   #7
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I also agree, great shots. As Zig said that last one belongs on a wall somewhere, very nice
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I'm glad you like the picture.

I think I spent the entire weekend working on it.

I have very interesting ideas for this spring with panoramas shots, I'll share with the forum.

Have a great day.

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Marcelo,
Congrats on your pictures. I could see how much work and effort you have put in, I would say its worth it for every second.
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Great shots!

I've been experimenting in low light with a tripod lately and I find that lights seems to glare/sparkle... anyway to limit that? I ask this because I see the same effect in your night time skylines... Or is this what happens?
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Wonderful shots; it's hard to pick a favorite because they are all so good.
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