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Old Feb 12, 2009, 1:28 AM   #1
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Of course a camera is designed to shoot horizontally, and all the buttons and knobs reflect that, BUT, that does not mean it won't shoot vertical frames (you guys with me so far :shock

So...I learned that way, and I'm now just learning to use that option. If you'd be so kind to share your thoughts with me in regards to thisframe, thanks....






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Old Feb 12, 2009, 2:19 AM   #2
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Of course a camera is designed to shoot horizontally, and all the buttons and knobs reflect that, BUT, that does not mean it won't shoot vertical frames (you guys with me so far :shock

So...I learned that way, and I'm now just learning to use that option. If you'd be so kind to share your thoughts with me in regards to thisframe, thanks....
Actually,insome cases,there's nothing like a tasteful 'portrait orientation' such as yours : ) ...and sometimes all you need is a two vertical frames to be stitched! That's why they put vertical shutter releases (sometimes double) on battery grips

As for a little suggestion; I think the foreground and the midground (except the sky) may require a high radius two step sharpening..

Thanks for sharing!




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Old Feb 12, 2009, 12:16 PM   #3
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I like this shot, nice coloursalthough they look a little mutedand composition is good.

It is a good reminder that people should try more landscape in portrait orientation.

I agree that it looks a little soft which is probably just in PP so a little unsharp mask will do the trick.


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