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May 04, 2010 13:14 as a reply to  @ post 10118072 |  #241

Here's a 3 shot pano in landscape mode, using the shift control, taken this morning...


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May 04, 2010 13:31 |  #242

Ghost, are the trilliums in bloom or have I missed them?


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May 04, 2010 13:48 |  #243

Here's a 3 shot pano in landscape mode, using the shift control, taken this morning...

Your PP ruined the picture.




  
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May 04, 2010 14:05 |  #244

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Ghost, are the trilliums in bloom or have I missed them?

I normally haven't seem them in the Toronto area...more-so when I go up north camping in Algonquin or Arrowhead. There, I've seen them in late May so I don't think you've missed them.

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May 04, 2010 14:10 |  #245

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Your PP ruined the picture.

I'm not sure how or why you're saying that considering you didn't see the scene in person or the original unprocessed shots?

Can you elaborate on where you felt I went wrong?

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May 04, 2010 16:56 |  #246

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I'm not sure how or why you're saying that considering you didn't see the scene in person or the original unprocessed shots?

Can you elaborate on where you felt I went wrong?

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It's obvious, you foolish man...you're meant to consult with the rulemakers before making any changes to what the camera actually saw....REALLY!
Having said that...I'm assuming, as is your critic, that that's not exactly what the camera saw in that small corner of the world.
Keep doing it Jeff...I always find the results of your play intriguing and instructive.


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May 05, 2010 15:56 as a reply to  @ Ricardo222's post |  #247

Thanks Ricardo! ;)

Though I guess that the paint effect I added to the shot could be considered objectionable to those who are insistent on seeing images straight out of the camera only. And with that in mind, I'll post an unpainted HDR version that was much more tedious to process as each 1/3 of the image had to be HDR processed alone and identically and then blended into the panoramic afterward.


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May 05, 2010 17:57 |  #248

Bottom looks better to me. I couldn't figure out what was going on in the first picture. I had to stare really close at my screen to see it was some sort of paint action.


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May 05, 2010 18:20 |  #249

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Bottom looks better to me. I couldn't figure out what was going on in the first picture. I had to stare really close at my screen to see it was some sort of paint action.

Cool!

And glad you liked at least the second one. ;)

The larger goal of the shot though is to show how a shifted landscape panoramic scene can be put together very nicely that leaves you with a nice "sofa width" presentation type of shot with very little distortion and that's a testament to this lens' design and quality.

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May 05, 2010 20:23 as a reply to  @ The Ghost of FM's post |  #250

This one, amazingly, is not a stitch but merely a cropped shot as I didn't have time to shift the lens and took this handheld @ f/4 and just cropped the bottom third off the shot...


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May 07, 2010 05:54 |  #251

The Ghost of FM wrote in post #10127810 (external link)
And with that in mind, I'll post an unpainted HDR version that was much more tedious to process as each 1/3 of the image had to be HDR processed alone and identically and then blended into the panoramic afterward.

I understand that almost anytime the HDR results are different for each different image even the parameters are identically.
Could be better to make first 3 panorama and combine these with a HDR Software ?




  
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May 07, 2010 07:44 |  #252

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I understand that almost anytime the HDR results are different for each different image even the parameters are identically.
Could be better to make first 3 panorama and combine these with a HDR Software ?

I tried doing that first but the photo merge results in CS4 always output a slightly different sized stitched result so when you enter those into Photmatrix's HDR software, the files are rejected because of the different image sizes. And the HDR consisted of 4 levels of exposure so all told, that picture represents 12 different shots.

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May 07, 2010 18:29 |  #253

Landscape mode 3 images -8 0 8 mm with 40D

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May 07, 2010 18:42 as a reply to  @ aureliandan's post |  #254

^ Nice composition and very interesting looking church! ;)

Why the decision to do this in b&w? I mean it looks good like that but was there an issue with the color or look of the exposure in color?

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May 07, 2010 19:14 |  #255

The Ghost of FM wrote in post #10141329 (external link)
^ Nice composition and very interesting looking church! ;)

Why the decision to do this in b&w? I mean it looks good like that but was there an issue with the color or look of the exposure in color?

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No issues with colors, I've tried to emphasis the church, the color version divert attention to the blue sky or the green grass ... the b&w has more drama ...
I also like the symmetry of the picture and the mystery behind the dark entrance ... :)




  
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