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Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: Marty Everhard] #10850
10/27/07 12:37 AM
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Just past peak here in Western Wisconsin


Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: Randy T] #10851
10/29/07 12:23 AM
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I like the composition. Thank's for posting it. I hope we get more posts.

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: Marty Everhard] #10852
10/29/07 02:05 PM
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Randy - real nice!!

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: jamesdak] #10853
10/29/07 02:13 PM
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Roman- very nice shots. I to have been playing around with the large images stitched from several shots. I've been partly influenced by your work shown here. I tried a 20 frame shoot of a barn yesterday but ran into perspective problems at the farthest frames. I was shooting with a Canon 30D with a 100mm lens from about 40 yards away. I think I'm still not getting the entrance pupil of the lens positioned right with the pano head. But, the detail in this kind of shot is so cool I want to get it perfected. Maybe I need to try something other than CS2 for my stitching.

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: jamesdak] #10854
10/29/07 02:51 PM
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Jim....I agree. CS3 is worth the upgrade alone for its NEW and super (almost stupid) easy auto mode. It is a no brainer....and light years diffrent from CS2.

Roman

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: RomanJohnston] #10855
10/31/07 12:10 PM
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Randy,

That shot of the farm just blows me away every single time I look at it. Great composition and phenomenal colors.

James

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: RomanJohnston] #10856
11/01/07 04:01 AM
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Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: odessit] #10857
11/01/07 12:14 PM
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Hey Odessit,

Welcome - I see you are a fellow New Yorker. Your photos are beautiful - the first two in particular really strike me. Did you pump up the colors significantly in order to get this effect?

James

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: James Morrissey] #10858
11/01/07 04:17 PM
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Thanks for the good words.
Actually that was as is (just resize, curve adjustment to give slightly more contrast and USM). Those colors I got from the VIVID settings on my Nikon D200.
Plus on the first one (not sure if this is correct because I did more then one shot at this location with the different settings) I made the WB wormer than it was in real.

Re: Autmn Landscape From Utah [Re: James Morrissey] #10859
11/02/07 02:02 AM
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Thanks for the kind comments. Here's another version of the same scene.

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