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Old Jul 8, 2006, 2:15 AM   #11
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Beautiful shot! Just beautiful!
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Old Jul 8, 2006, 4:21 AM   #12
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When Tchuanyn states it is a beautiful shot, you must know that it is true. One master to another

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Old Jul 8, 2006, 4:33 AM   #13
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Yes, Rocky, that is one fine Pano shot. Was that taken with your FZ20 or Canon 30D? I'd definitely blow it up and frame it. But I'd darken it by just a little bit.

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Old Jul 8, 2006, 10:11 AM   #14
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Beautiful Pano, Squirl.

But if you allow me to me more critic, it is not as impressive as the standard shots of the same locations you've posted in the other thread.

The sky is not polarizer-like saturated, and this can be nice although most of the mountains shots have that deeper blue tones.

What is strange in this pic (PP), I reharse "strange", not necessarily bad, is the green trees contrast. Maybe you have tried to bring up more setail in the trees underexposed dark green and it provided this effect of low contrast (especially in the right hand 3/4 of the pic) or maybe it was the stitching software to do that.

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Old Jul 8, 2006, 12:39 PM   #15
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i do need to darken this shot a bit. i had a polarizer on, but it worked too well, and the sky came out almost indigo (polarizers are much more effective at higher elevations), and in the process of lightening the sky, i may have overdone it a bit. how's this?


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A lot better. I'd reduce brightness just a tiny bit more and add about +5 in contrast. But that might be because of my screen adjustment.

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