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Sep 21, 2015 17:01 |  #8596

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Sep 21, 2015 17:03 |  #8597

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Sep 22, 2015 10:45 |  #8598

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7 shot handheld verticals .. One heck of a sunset this past Saturday :)
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Have a question buddy. WHats the advantage of doing a 7 shots vertical as opposed to just doing one regular exposure? Not that im saying its wrong or anything, just curious as to whats different about them.


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Sep 22, 2015 11:19 |  #8599

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Have a question buddy. WHats the advantage of doing a 7 shots vertical as opposed to just doing one regular exposure? Not that im saying its wrong or anything, just curious as to whats different about them.

Was also wondering this.


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Sep 22, 2015 14:22 |  #8600

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #17717334 (external link)
Have a question buddy. WHats the advantage of doing a 7 shots vertical as opposed to just doing one regular exposure? Not that im saying its wrong or anything, just curious as to whats different about them.


ESMcBlurM3 wrote in post #17717378 (external link)
Was also wondering this.

More dynamic range -> see HDR. In that shot the sun is still up behind the trees and if he had gone with one exposure the highlights would blow out and have no detail in it. Can't fix that in post. If he had exposed for the sky the whole image would of been dark. Sure you could pump the shadows and exposure but that would just bring out the noise. I usually go for 2 exposures, one for sky and one for foreground


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Sep 22, 2015 14:23 |  #8601

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Sep 22, 2015 14:24 |  #8602

J.Evo wrote in post #17717623 (external link)
More dynamic range -> see HDR. In that shot the sun is still up behind the trees and if he had gone with one exposure the highlights would blow out and have no detail in it. Can't fix that in post. If he had exposed for the sky the whole image would of been dark. Sure you could pump the shadows and exposure but that would just bring out the noise. I usually go for 2 exposures, one for sky and one for foreground

That make sense. Thanks


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Sep 22, 2015 19:43 as a reply to  @ WhidbeyHiker's post |  #8604

That's really nice!


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Sep 22, 2015 20:03 |  #8605

J.Evo wrote in post #17717623 (external link)
More dynamic range -> see HDR. In that shot the sun is still up behind the trees and if he had gone with one exposure the highlights would blow out and have no detail in it. Can't fix that in post. If he had exposed for the sky the whole image would of been dark. Sure you could pump the shadows and exposure but that would just bring out the noise. I usually go for 2 exposures, one for sky and one for foreground

I didn't interpret it as HDR, more that he did a vertical panorama.


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Sep 23, 2015 06:55 |  #8606

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Beautiful. IMO the blue makes it - perfect timing.


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Sep 23, 2015 07:01 |  #8607

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awesome!


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Sep 23, 2015 08:10 |  #8608

ACESFULL82 wrote in post #17717334 (external link)
Have a question buddy. WHats the advantage of doing a 7 shots vertical as opposed to just doing one regular exposure? Not that im saying its wrong or anything, just curious as to whats different about them.


ESMcBlurM3 wrote in post #17717378 (external link)
Was also wondering this.

This is what I was capturing at 24mm:

It was not enough. You just had to be there :p

If you overlap well, and go beyond what you wanna capture, you can always get a nice 16:9 crop of an awesome vista like the one I uploaded. I always crop to 3840x2160 to have a (relatively) small file size which will print well. The larger size is just in case the local museum want a mural printed :)

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Sep 23, 2015 09:36 |  #8609

alphamalex wrote in post #17718612 (external link)
This is what I was capturing at 24mm:

It was not enough. You just had to be there :p

If you overlap well, and go beyond what you wanna capture, you can always get a nice 16:9 crop of an awesome vista like the one I uploaded. I always crop to 3840x2160 to have a (relatively) small file size which will print well. The larger size is just in case the local museum want a mural printed :)

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Okay, Thanks buddy! You just stitch them together in photoshop?


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Sep 23, 2015 09:47 as a reply to  @ alphamalex's post |  #8610

cool, thanks!


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