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Aug 02, 2019 15:11 |  #31321

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Goat Lake 8240'. Sawtooth Range, Idaho. 8.1mi round trip. 1600' elevation gain....most of which is in two parts with the rest being quite chill through the forest.

I've got to give a shout out to my ancient LR 6.14. I should have had a wider lens but only took the 24/1.8 (35mm FF). This is 15 a shot portrait orientation pano with 7 across the top and 8 across the bottom. Maybe a little excessive but I don't think I could have got it with much less than 13 shots and didn't want to risk it. LR 6.14 on a standard iMac of about 2 years old took it's time but cranked the stitch out like a champ! :-)

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Nice job, "1600' elevation gain", what was elevation on top ? Did you have a panning rig and leveling base, or just on your ball head panning with your tripod level.?

Also I didn't know LR could process multi images top and bottom row pano's all at once, I thought it was just capable of normal single row pano's . Saying that, I would of stitched bottom row, then stitched top row , and then stitch results of bottom and top row.


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Aug 02, 2019 15:13 |  #31322

navydoc wrote in post #18903916 (external link)
Nicely done. Too bad you didn't shoot this in HDR, that would have only taken 45 exposures.  :p

I"m always amazed at how well Photoshop/Lightroom does on stitching/stacking multiple images into one.


LR capable of stitching 45 images or is that a job that require PS


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Aug 02, 2019 15:15 |  #31323

AngelofDepth wrote in post #18903935 (external link)
Nice photo. We are hiking up to Sawtooth Lake tomorrow and I hope to get some nice shots in as well.


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Aug 02, 2019 17:59 |  #31324

It's been wild kingdom in my backyard this week. Skunks, Foxes, Possums, and a family of Racoons. Luckily after a tesnse standoff here, the skunk moved on without any indident of odorous consequences;-)a The TC was on the camera or I probably could have got down to 5.6 and got cleaner shots, but oh well.

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Aug 02, 2019 19:27 |  #31325

Bianchi wrote in post #18903994 (external link)
Nice job, "1600' elevation gain", what was elevation on top ? Did you have a panning rig and leveling base, or just on your ball head panning with your tripod level.?

Also I didn't know LR could process multi images top and bottom row pano's all at once, I thought it was just capable of normal single row pano's . Saying that, I would of stitched bottom row, then stitched top row , and then stitch results of bottom and top row.


Thanks!

- The lake sits at 8240'
- All 15 shots handheld. Nothing else.
- Yeah....I found out a while back that LR will stitch top, bottom and side by side all at once.
- I first stitched all the top row then bottom row. I thine tried to stitch the top and bottom pano. LR didn't like that method. Then I just selected them all. crossed my fingers and it went!


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Aug 02, 2019 19:33 |  #31326

I also took 4 kids ages 10-14 up there. Here are my two with their first look of the lake after the climb through the boulder fields. What an amazing place!

Fun fact....The pointed peak in the distance is Thomson peak....highest in the Sawtooth range toping out at 10,751'. That's a great overnighter. Camp at a lake around 9000' and summit the next day.

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Aug 02, 2019 21:13 |  #31327

idsurfer wrote in post #18903911 (external link)
Goat Lake 8240'. Sawtooth Range, Idaho. 8.1mi round trip. 1600' elevation gain....most of which is in two parts with the rest being quite chill through the forest.

I've got to give a shout out to my ancient LR 6.14. I should have had a wider lens but only took the 24/1.8 (35mm FF). This is 15 a shot portrait orientation pano with 7 across the top and 8 across the bottom. Maybe a little excessive but I don't think I could have got it with much less than 13 shots and didn't want to risk it. LR 6.14 on a standard iMac of about 2 years old took it's time but cranked the stitch out like a champ! :-)

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Aug 02, 2019 21:14 |  #31328

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Aug 03, 2019 00:39 |  #31331

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Aug 03, 2019 03:12 |  #31332

idsurfer wrote in post #18904119 (external link)
I also took 4 kids ages 10-14 up there. Here are my two with their first look of the lake after the climb through the boulder fields. What an amazing place!

Fun fact....The pointed peak in the distance is Thomson peak....highest in the Sawtooth range toping out at 10,751'. That's a great overnighter. Camp at a lake around 9000' and summit the next day.

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Awesome! We so need to do something like that! But obviously on a smaller scale living over here :lol:


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Aug 03, 2019 06:12 |  #31334

idsurfer wrote in post #18904119 (external link)
I also took 4 kids ages 10-14 up there. Here are my two with their first look of the lake after the climb through the boulder fields. What an amazing place!

Fun fact....The pointed peak in the distance is Thomson peak....highest in the Sawtooth range toping out at 10,751'. That's a great overnighter. Camp at a lake around 9000' and summit the next day.

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Cory every time you post a place like this you make me long for my youth...back when I could and did visit places like this.
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I had 1325 feet of gain two days ago in one of our city parks....but nothing like the Sawtooth :(


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Aug 03, 2019 08:00 |  #31335

Itsed65 wrote in post #18904072 (external link)
It's been wild kingdom in my backyard this week. Skunks, Foxes, Possums, and a family of Racoons. Luckily after a tesnse standoff here, the skunk moved on without any indident of odorous consequences;-)a The TC was on the camera or I probably could have got down to 5.6 and got cleaner shots, but oh well.
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