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Sep 12, 2020 05:56 |  #4501

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lovely landscape
I gather that's been hot with a severe fire.

Yes in January a massive bush-fire burnt about 1/2 of the Stirling Ranges. It was started by lightning.


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Sep 12, 2020 05:59 as a reply to  @ tandemtouring's post |  #4502

Just like your reply - then unliked it!
One cant 'Like' that scenario!
Yes that made the news here. Time flies.

Looks like its slowly coming back to life



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Sep 12, 2020 06:28 |  #4503

avondale87 wrote in post #19123838 (external link)
Just like your reply - then unliked it!
One cant 'Like' that scenario!
Yes that made the news here. Time flies.

Looks like its slowly coming back to life

It still has a long way to go. Hopefully after the weather start warming up it starts to regenerate a bid faster


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Sep 12, 2020 07:44 |  #4504

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Yes in January a massive bush-fire burnt about 1/2 of the Stirling Ranges. It was started by lightning.

It's interesting that despite the claims at the time of widespread arson by certain sections of the media with vested interests in exonerating climate change as the cause, the interim findings of the current Royal Commission into last summer's bushfires and other disasters are that the overwhelming majority of the fires were started by lightning, and that not one of the significant fires was in fact started by arson.


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Sep 17, 2020 03:30 |  #4505

Standing out on the surf break at Mangawhai Heads, north of Auckland.

I've wanted this shot for quite a while and had to wait for the weather and low tide to play along.
I tried a new shooting method for me.

Sony a7iii with Zeiss Batis 18mm
2 rows of 9 shots. Bottom row, 2 min exposures. iso 1250 @ f4 Top row, 3 shot stacks x 9, iso 6400 @ f2.8 before stacking, stitching and blending

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Sep 20, 2020 12:33 |  #4506

Sunrise from northern Maine. The hill in the middle is Mount Katahdin, 54 miles away. The 2 hills on the left are the Spencer mountains, 27 miles away.


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Sep 23, 2020 12:53 |  #4507

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Sep 24, 2020 06:32 |  #4508


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Sep 24, 2020 08:13 as a reply to  @ gaabnz's post |  #4509

Great piece of work, gaabnz.

I have always admired this kind of pictures.
How many degrees does the picture cover (approx)?
How many working hours did this take in total?

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Sep 24, 2020 13:53 |  #4510

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Great piece of work, gaabnz.

I have always admired this kind of pictures.
How many degrees does the picture cover (approx)?
How many working hours did this take in total?

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Thank you :)

I would guess at almost 180 degrees. I think it pays to shoot a lot more than you think to get a decent arch. The time of shooting was around 30 mins for all the shots, but the editing took a couple of hours.

I edited and stitched the foreground and then edited and stitched the top row stacks, but the hardest part was getting the two rows of images together. I need to work on that process and look it up some more. Spent a bit of time on youtube trying to work it out :P


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Sep 24, 2020 14:24 as a reply to  @ gaabnz's post |  #4511

Thanks for the information.

In the old days (film era) you had to take even more pictures to make a decent big picture of the smaller ones.

It's a great thing that now there is Photoshop etc.

Good work, one must say.




  
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Oct 02, 2020 16:40 |  #4512

Singapore


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Oct 04, 2020 19:43 |  #4513

The view west from Kearsarge pass.

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Oct 05, 2020 10:05 |  #4514

Looking south from just below 13,200 ft. Forester Pass.

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Oct 05, 2020 23:05 |  #4515

Tamron 35mm, four frames.


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