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The Wide Wide View

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by Desert Rat, May 22, 2007.

  1. Tuoloumne Meadows Panorama. This was the first time I really started shooting them during this trip.

    Got there earlier and waited for the sunset on the peaks. This pool is only seasonal after the snow melt.

    ISO 100
    Singh-Ray 3 stop Grad ND soft edge
    8 vertical images stitched in PTGui.

    The left side might be a bit higher, due to me not making the adjustment before posting... I have to reviti the original image and adjust.

    Original 16 bit Tiff file was 12644 pixels on the long end after stitching.. A very big file to work with...


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  2. Holy cow, Eric!
    That's just spectacular!

    aka beaucamera
  3. Jeff Lee

    Jeff Lee

    May 16, 2006
    Very nice.
  4. Fantastic colours! I can't help but think that maybe it could use some lightening of the grass in the foreground. Excellent photo nonetheless.
  5. Thanks Virginia...


    May 1, 2007
    So Cal
    Nice work! the reflection in the water is awsome.

  7. DABO


    Jan 13, 2006

  8. Mike Z

    Mike Z

    May 30, 2005
    Northbrook, IL
    Beautiful picture. Well worth the considerable effort you put into it.

  9. Thanks Connie...
  10. What a beautiful pano, Eric!!!!!! That reflection tops it off! :smile:
  11. Thanks Jeff...
  12. Too cool, I admire the patience and technique. Stunning shot, you need to do a tutorial for us.
  13. I agree completely. Beautiful work.
  14. Thanks... Not sure i would want to do that otherwise it would look way too fake...
    Thanks Jeff...
  15. Thanks harris...
  16. Bill N

    Bill N Guest

    Must have been distracting setting up your gear with a view like that. Very nice, can't imagine what it would look like printed up large! Regards, Bill
  17. Thanks....
  18. Thanks Mike....
  19. Thanks...
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