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Dec 31, 2008 00:36 |  #1

This image is from the following thread I posted the other day:
https://photography-on-the.net/forum/showthre​ad.php?t=620140

Took me a while to get to processing this HDR panorama. That is because I shot 6 exposures per angle. At 4 angles that is 24 images. Turns out I only ended up using 3 exposures per angle. I am really happy with how this one turned out. It is a HUGE file but I downsized it to 3524 x 1600.

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Dec 31, 2008 06:19 |  #2

Excellent render Scott. I was wondering what that was hanging from the ceiling, but the full size shows it good. :)


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Jan 01, 2009 19:53 |  #3

Thanks. Ya, I didn't dare go inside. Just took the shot from the doorway.


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Jan 01, 2009 20:22 |  #4

Very nice job I like this one a lot


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Jan 03, 2009 19:38 |  #5

Simply beautiful. Great job.


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Jan 04, 2009 14:21 |  #6

Thank you :)


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