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  1. #661
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    Small pano. Only 2 shots

    San Francisco by Lukas W, on Flickr
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    Nicely lit image - love the colour and exposure- well stitched together too
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    Lukas,

    Gorgeous shot as usual.

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    VERY impressive Lukas - any special effects added with Photoshop?

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    Thought I posted this already...maybe it was in the Nikon forum, but oh well...Grand Canyon in the spring. This is looking north (on the right side) and west (center left) from Desert View. I think this was 10 shots or so with the Nikon 35mm f/1.8 on my D300.

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    South Island New Zealand

    Deep Water :

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    Thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by danwiz View Post
    VERY impressive Lukas - any special effects added with Photoshop?
    Like what? I toned down the colors coming from the lights on the bridge. Other than that it's just normal stuff (contrast, white balance, etc).

    Down By Five, nice pano of the Grand Canyon. Be sure to watch those highlights

    HG, that lake is gorgeous.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    HG, that lake is gorgeous.
    Amazingly, some of the lakes are more than 300m deep and go below sea level.
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    Some lovely pano shots here lately guys well done. I tried a few recently but just couldn't get the exposures to match up properly. What do you guys do when the light levels vary across each shot? Do you use one exposure for the middle shot & stick to it accepting that the ends of the panorama will be way off or do you expose each one and some how level them out to stitch together? Previously when I've tried the Arcsoft software has coped & evened out the levels so it's not been a problem, however, not so recently.
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    3 Shots

    San Francisco by Lukas W, on Flickr
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