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Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by cwilt, Jun 14, 2005.
Here are the first few that I have processed.
This last one is a 3 shot pano using a 180mm f2.8 from an overlook of the same scene as above. I also had the time to use the 300 f4 and do a 12 shot pano. That will take me a while to process.
More to come when time permits.....
Very nice pics! I really like going to Mesa Verde. One
of my favorite places to go, right behind Rocky Mountain
Hope you process some more and post them.
Thanks Ray. I had never been to that part of Colorado but it sure is an interesting place. It was overcast everyday so the light wasn't great but I didn't care.
I will try to get more done tonight.
Very nice Charles. I cnat wait to see that Pano, but I understand that takes a bit of screen time. Glad you posted these. those ruins are fascinating.
The second picture of the falls seems to have a couple of red tint areas on my screen, particularly in the lower left sahdow area.
Those are some kind of bush. I thought there was a problem until I looked closer also.
A few more....
What a beautiful place to take pictures.
I like the first 2. The second one would ve been killer if you had had a blue sky that day.
The pano I posted here which was the third pic of my 2nd post printed beautifully at 12" x 40". You can count every stone in the buildings. If I can do that with a 3 shot pano I won't take the time to stitch the 12 shot pano. :shock:
You are right about the blue sky. Photographers need to learn how to control the weather. Anyone know how to paint it a blue sky? 8)
Very nice images Charles. Having lived in Denver I am familiar with this part of the San Jaun mountain range. Love Ouray and the environs there and then go south to Mesa Verde. Good captures.
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