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Old Jul 17, 2011, 11:50 PM   #1
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Old Jul 18, 2011, 3:41 AM   #2
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Nice panorama Jeff
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Great job with night shots of beautiful place Jeff!!
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Very good. The wind conditions were almost perfect for this kind of shot i think, because the vegetation is sharp considering the long exposures. There's a bit of noise also, but more exposure maybe would cause blurring, so it seems a neat combination of sharpness and noise. Congrats.
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Wonderful capture ujef

Was the panorama made with 16:9 setting or 2 images stitched together? Good color caught for the sky and it's reflection
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Thanks for y'all comments.

@Square one: 4:3 setting with 3 images.
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I can't see the joins


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I can't see the joins
That because I did use an antique Singer sewing machine. They are good at lifetime.
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Excellent shots UJEF, the colour and clarity is super. That old Singer did a damn fine job for you !!
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Thanks for your comments, Diane. Appreciate it.

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