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Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama #20335
02/07/09 06:10 PM
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This is from earlier last year. between the perspective of this shot, the wide angle I took it with and the colors being seriously off (WB Issues) on the origonals (and me not taking the time to throw out a greypoint target) this has been quite a challenge to get stiched....this is my 3rd try and as they say...3rd time is the charm.



Ahh...and my friend is a brewery/pub in central oregon...they want a copy to hang....BIG.

Roman

Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: RomanJohnston] #20336
02/07/09 06:27 PM
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Roman,
it's magnificent! When they print it, I want to know how big it goes. And then were the pub is so I can visit and see it!!

BTW, to my eye, the colors look right on.

Jim


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Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: Jim Garvie] #20337
02/07/09 07:08 PM
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Roman, I second Jim's comments to me the colors are spot on
I would also like to know where the pub is, it'll give me an excuse to visit Oregon

Don


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Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: Don Edwards] #20338
02/07/09 09:18 PM
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Beautiful, great job!


Nolad Mechadesh
Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: jadlh] #20339
02/07/09 09:34 PM
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Impressive.


Cathy "I like photographs that look like paintings."
Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: RomanJohnston] #20340
02/07/09 09:44 PM
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have not seen this angle,,is that the parking lot in the far upper left side?? I can understand why they want to hang this, came out beautiful,, Not sure if it is my monitor, but to me the rocks are a bit on the washed out side,, remembering them to be a bit more red,,DAve

Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: dave_lines] #20341
02/09/09 03:06 AM
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Another lovely image brought to life in your own special way. Nice work, Roman!

Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: Buddy Thomason] #20342
02/09/09 02:40 PM
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Jim – That is a 5 shot pano….I should be able to get a 40” x 70” print out of it…The pub from what I understand is still under construction….but will get the proper name of it for you all later. I don’t drink so….

Don – Ditto…

Nolad, Cathy & Buddy – Thanks!!!

Dave – Yes, and the camp ground and another parking lot is on the right side on the raised area. My monitor was just calibrated a few days ago, so hoping the rocks are dead on.

Thanks everyone!!!

Roman

Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: RomanJohnston] #20343
02/09/09 07:06 PM
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Hi Roman,

I can only echo everyone else's comments... this image is superb! Would you mind sharing your workflow as it relates to the lighting of the valley vs. that of the sky? Maybe its the dynamic range of the D300, but without significant post-production edits I doubt I'd be able to achieve that kind of daylight balance between sky and foreground in-camera - D200...(and the sides of the valley on either side eliminate the ability to used grad. filters...).

Thanks in advance!

GG

Re: Finally got it right....Smith Rock Panorama [Re: gengiant] #20344
02/09/09 08:26 PM
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Actually I did use ND grad. 2 stop soft grad. Each shot I repositioned the grad to match the division line....and with soft it blended in seamlessly.

Roman

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