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Don Haines

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Re: Shrine Ridge near Vail, Colorado
« Reply #165 on: July 28, 2015, 09:40:47 PM »
A quick and early test with the 5DS R along with the 17 TS-E this morning. It's an encouraging start and the image took very little sharpening. I can't really say for sure how I feel about it yet though. Many more frames will be necessary before that happens.
That is one nice scene! Well done!
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Re: Shrine Ridge near Vail, Colorado
« Reply #165 on: July 28, 2015, 09:40:47 PM »

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Re: Shrine Ridge near Vail, Colorado
« Reply #166 on: July 28, 2015, 09:44:27 PM »
A quick and early test with the 5DS R along with the 17 TS-E this morning. It's an encouraging start and the image took very little sharpening. I can't really say for sure how I feel about it yet though. Many more frames will be necessary before that happens.

Beautiful landscape. I love the composition with the flowers. Nicely done.

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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #167 on: Today at 05:15:09 AM »
Some really nice images on this thread!

This one almost killed my laptop. I´m still on travel, but I have to play with the files at night. This is from Stranda, with the entrance towards Geiranger on the right. The full size panorama is about 200MP and is a candidate for a large print to hang on the wall in one of our meeting rooms (after I have had time to process it properly).

5DSR, 24-70 f2.8L II @70mm, 1/250s, f8.0, ISO100 (could not carry a tripod up the steep climb, so it is shot handheld)
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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #168 on: Today at 07:17:18 AM »
Some really nice images on this thread!

This one almost killed my laptop. I´m still on travel, but I have to play with the files at night. This is from Stranda, with the entrance towards Geiranger on the right. The full size panorama is about 200MP and is a candidate for a large print to hang on the wall in one of our meeting rooms (after I have had time to process it properly).

5DSR, 24-70 f2.8L II @70mm, 1/250s, f8.0, ISO100 (could not carry a tripod up the steep climb, so it is shot handheld)

yet another panorama that makes me want to visit the place..... Well done!
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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #169 on: Today at 08:30:56 AM »
Some really nice images on this thread!

This one almost killed my laptop. I´m still on travel, but I have to play with the files at night. This is from Stranda, with the entrance towards Geiranger on the right. The full size panorama is about 200MP and is a candidate for a large print to hang on the wall in one of our meeting rooms (after I have had time to process it properly).

5DSR, 24-70 f2.8L II @70mm, 1/250s, f8.0, ISO100 (could not carry a tripod up the steep climb, so it is shot handheld)

Fabulous

Is this stitched? You got a little bit of sky missing top edge, how many frames?
Must be fun zooming in and in on this!



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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #170 on: Today at 09:04:12 AM »
Some really nice images on this thread!

This one almost killed my laptop. I´m still on travel, but I have to play with the files at night. This is from Stranda, with the entrance towards Geiranger on the right. The full size panorama is about 200MP and is a candidate for a large print to hang on the wall in one of our meeting rooms (after I have had time to process it properly).

5DSR, 24-70 f2.8L II @70mm, 1/250s, f8.0, ISO100 (could not carry a tripod up the steep climb, so it is shot handheld)

Fabulous

Is this stitched? You got a little bit of sky missing top edge, how many frames?
Must be fun zooming in and in on this!
Thanks,
It is a 7 image stitch. I only have a small laptop to work on, so the processing is not good in any way. Did not see the missing sky :)

Don; Since you enjoy padling, you should come over, rent an ocean kayak and spend some time in these fjords and in amongst the thousands of islands a little further north. Trip of a life time.
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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #171 on: Today at 09:09:21 AM »
Some really nice images on this thread!

This one almost killed my laptop. I´m still on travel, but I have to play with the files at night. This is from Stranda, with the entrance towards Geiranger on the right. The full size panorama is about 200MP and is a candidate for a large print to hang on the wall in one of our meeting rooms (after I have had time to process it properly).

5DSR, 24-70 f2.8L II @70mm, 1/250s, f8.0, ISO100 (could not carry a tripod up the steep climb, so it is shot handheld)

Great panoramic shot. Well done Eldar.

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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #171 on: Today at 09:09:21 AM »

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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #172 on: Today at 05:54:44 PM »
I´m a bit hooked on making panoramas of these areas I travel through these days. This is the road through Reinheimen national park (The Home of the Rein Deer), where we brought our lunch up to a height, to enjoy the view.
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Re: Post your Panoramics!
« Reply #172 on: Today at 05:54:44 PM »