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  1. #11361
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    Thanks for the clarificatin, Rooz. I do recall that post. I dont think he has left though. I have seen a couple posts from him recently, and his profile says he was last seen today.

    Heres hopin he does stay!
    Jason

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    A bunch of Nikon stuff!

  2. #11362
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    15shot Handheld panorama.
    This hill is said to be the 2nd highest peak of MH state, took us 6hrs to climb.
    Last edited by ANP !!!; 08-17-2009 at 03:05 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANP !!! View Post
    15shot Handheld panorama.
    This hill is said to be the 2nd highest peak of MH state, took us 6hrs to climb.
    Love the colours.
    What software did you use for the stitch?

  4. #11364
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    The rock and rainbow rock. There's those shots you set up, then there are those shots that nature sets up for you.

    ANP nice panorama.
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  5. #11365
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    Wow...seems like in my absence ive missed a bit of a sh'tstorm in a tea cup going down (as well as some great photos too..but that bit's nothing new!)

    Anyhow these aren't my pixs but they are Nikon related photos, and rather than give them their own thread I thought they would fit in nicely if linked to from here....

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    I was amazed to find out this was taken down @ Bondi Beach...
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  6. #11366
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    Love the colours.
    What software did you use for the stitch?
    Thanks
    I used Panorama Maker 4, it allows a max of 16pics to be stitched horizontally and 8 vertically.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    The rock and rainbow rock. There's those shots you set up, then there are those shots that nature sets up for you.

    ANP nice panorama.
    Thanks
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  7. #11367
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANP !!! View Post
    15shot Handheld panorama.
    This hill is said to be the 2nd highest peak of MH state, took us 6hrs to climb.
    Amazing pano! Great job!
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    Sea World, San Diego.
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  9. #11369
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    Great shot Polvadis, great timing.
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  10. #11370
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospero View Post
    Thanks for the comments, DPR and Rooz.



    Yeah, I was really lucky. As we were driving to the sunrise viewing location I didn't expect the lighting to be any good. It was still really cloudy. I had set up my tripod next to the fence and waited for quite some time for good light. Then suddenly the sun shone through a small gap in the clouds and the rainbow appeared. A few minutes later the light was gone and in a few seconds the rock changed back to a duller shade of red again and the rainbow disappeared.
    f/8 and be there

    Regardless of how much was luck and how much skill that has to be one of the best captures in this entire thread. Well done and thanks for sharing.
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