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Old Jan 17, 2006, 2:32 PM   #1
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Old Jan 17, 2006, 2:40 PM   #2
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All the 20 images here:
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Old Jan 17, 2006, 2:49 PM   #3
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brlliant shots Francesco,

winter has it's pros if you look at it from the right point of view, I see.
I also just came back from very pleasant holidays in the snow (maybe I'll post some shots later).
You seem to be quite an expert with these pano-shots, Kudos for that. I think I like best the panorama, the hut and the IR-lookalike skies.
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Narma-

There you go again, making us realize what good photos can be had in the hands of an artesian - of course, the scenery and location gives you a good head start!



Kudos on some nice efforts - original photos and PP'ing.
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Thanks Telecorder and Ivan

I make various panos in my excursions , t oachieve more spectacular effects or more resolution.

Here the polarizer shot color version of the pic #1


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Beautiful shots there! I need to get around this country more and make an attempt to shoot like thatwhen I get my FZ30 at the end of this month. I live in North-East Italy, at the foot of the Dolomites.

This is me at the local ski resort, the day after Christmas...




And a view from a distance...


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the photos don't show up unless their URl is copied and pasted in the URL bar

Good pano the second pic(is it a pano or a crop?)

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Very nice photos of a beautiful place. The first one is definitely awesome (prefer the b&w/IR-like version).
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the photos don't show up unless their URl is copied and pasted in the URL bar

Good pano the second pic (is it a pano or a crop?)

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well, that stinks...:sad:

It's a crop. I got the idea from your pics. Are yours crops as well?
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Old Jan 18, 2006, 1:51 AM   #10
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All great shots, I really like the first one. You put a lot of effort into not only your photographs but in getting to where you take them.
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