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Old Oct 10, 2014, 12:16 PM   #1
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Default Fall foliage in NH

So here's a few more snaps of the fall colors here in NH. It is definitely a very good year for foliage as we've had good summer growing conditions and warm days with cool nights.

This spot is the same as I shared the other day, a spot I pass by on my way to and from work it provides a nice setting free of homes to take a wide panorama with some water for reflections. Most people drive by and see a swampy bog, which it is, but I see a nice vista. The shot from the other day was morning, these shots are afternoon.

This is a four or five shot stitch in ICE, but this time I was using the EM-1 with the Lumix 14mm f2.5 and a Hoya CPL filter. I also post processed from RAW in LR before and stitching and then cropped after in LR. Original image size is 40MB!

Fall Foliage Afternoon Sky Panorama by ramcewan, on Flickr

And this is a single frame from similar spot again with the em-1/Lumix 14mm and CPL.

Fall Foliage Afternoon by ramcewan, on Flickr
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Old Oct 10, 2014, 12:26 PM   #2
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Those look great.

I have a CPL and have tried it on the 14, but have always ended up doing weird things to the sky with it (which looked even worse when I tried to stitch shots)
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Those look great.

I have a CPL and have tried it on the 14, but have always ended up doing weird things to the sky with it (which looked even worse when I tried to stitch shots)
Thanks Sammy - you have to be careful with the CPL to make sure you rotate the filter until the image is how you want and then keep it from turning. Generally I find placing the indicator line pointing straight up is best for mos situations.
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These look really good. We've had some really interesting skies this week. I'm going to try to hike to Bond Cliff this weekend and camp there tomorrow night.
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.....beautiful!
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Those really are beautiful. Saturation, color, exposure. Spot on.
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Beautiful shots. What a nice time of year!
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VERY nice shots ramcewan
Beautiful colors of the NH scenery
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Those are very nice shots Ramce, full of color and good composition.
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VERY nice shots ramcewan
Beautiful colors of the NH scenery
I agree!
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