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  1. #10321
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    It's 6am, you are about to ride 102 miles on a bike, what better place to be than at a krispy kreme?

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  2. #10322
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post
    The mist effect is real mist.

    Mogrify is a plugin for Lightroom that allows you to do all sorts of things at export. In this case I added two borders the large black one and the narrow white. You can also add text, watermarks, apply sharpening, resize, change ICC profile, over print metadata (that's something people ask about from time to time) and other things I don't know about yet all automatically as the image is exported from Lightroom either to your hard drive or in this case directly to Flickr.

    Here is the website. If you have Lightroom give it a go.
    K1W1. this is what I have been looking for too. Thank you very much!

    btw, nice shot!

  3. #10323
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    In The Hood. Pun intended ... I got to try out CLS yesterday while doing some urban exploring. Click pic for more info

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  4. #10324
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    Nikon D90 Nikon 55-200VR Nikon 18-55VR Tamron 90 2.8


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  5. #10325
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    Quote Originally Posted by K1W1 View Post

    You would never imagine what is directly ahead in the gap between the Island on the left and the bank on the right (approx 200 metres).


    is it shrek? or shrek 2?
    d90/nikkor 16-85 vr/nikkor 35mm f/1.8/hoya circular polarizer/ this is going to get expensive
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  6. #10326
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    Wow panoramas can take a while to process (9 shots into a 50 mega pixel final image).

    I'm going to have to try this again, it's fun and a bit outside my comfort zone.

    Manual exposure to keep all shots the same, should have used a vertical shot format though. Note how the polariser contributes to the change in sky colour at the fixed exposure as I turn away from the sunrise. The shots about 180 degree field of view with the polariser being strongest around 90 degrees.
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  7. #10327
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    DPR, thats amazing, I really like that one! Well done!
    Jason

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    A bunch of Nikon stuff!

  8. #10328
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dread Pirate Roberts View Post
    Wow panoramas can take a while to process (9 shots into a 50 mega pixel final image).

    I'm going to have to try this again, it's fun and a bit outside my comfort zone.

    Manual exposure to keep all shots the same, should have used a vertical shot format though. Note how the polariser contributes to the change in sky colour at the fixed exposure as I turn away from the sunrise. The shots about 180 degree field of view with the polariser being strongest around 90 degrees.

    I really like this one. Where is it?

  9. #10329
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    DPR....very nice panorama....I really like the perfect reflection you've got....just a few pointers...

    When shooting water, try not to frame the water close to you cause the stitches in the water are more easily visible there due to the movement in the water....so in the above shot, you'd be better off cropping the bottom by about half a cm....I think I can see two stitch marks there...
    If you really want to frame that section, then a ND filter is your best friend...

    This shot is a perfect reflection shot, the rock on the left does not IMO belong in this shot...
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  10. #10330
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    I basically live on converted swampland at the top of the Port River in Adelaide (Australia). This is the man made lake a block from my house.

    I've taken to walking around it a bit before I take my kids to school in the morning. I hadn't taken a shot for a couple weeks and thought it might give me some inspiration I'd been lacking.
    D800, D300, D90, 24-70 f2.8, 70-200VR f2.8, 300 F4, 105 micro, 16-85VR, 50mm 1.8, Tammy 90 macro, 70-300VR, SB900, 2xSB600, MB-D10, 055XPROB 322RC2. New computers to run photoshop faster. C&C always appreciated. PhotoGallery
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