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  1. #2621
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWengler View Post
    Nice pano! I'd clone out the walkway or whatever that is on the bottom right.
    Done. Crop turned out to be the best solution (refer back to original post).
    Last edited by D70FAN; 10-11-2012 at 10:55 PM.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
    50mm f/1.8, Sigma 18-125, Sigma 24-70 f/2.8, Nikon 18-105 VR, Nikon 55-200 VR, Nikon 43-86 f/3.5 AiS, Vivitar 28-90 F/2.8-3.5 Macro, Vivitar 75-205 F/3.8-4.8, SB800.
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  2. #2622
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    Raven15,

    Outstanding images!!!

    The night shot stands out.
    Last edited by D70FAN; 10-11-2012 at 10:57 PM.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
    50mm f/1.8, Sigma 18-125, Sigma 24-70 f/2.8, Nikon 18-105 VR, Nikon 55-200 VR, Nikon 43-86 f/3.5 AiS, Vivitar 28-90 F/2.8-3.5 Macro, Vivitar 75-205 F/3.8-4.8, SB800.
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  3. #2623
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    Raven,

    I prefer the first two. The lighting in the second one is great. The first one actually lacks much fisheye feel since there is nothing in the field of view that seems curved more than normal.

  4. #2624
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    D70Fan - Better!

    Raven - #5 is the best for me. Love the comp and shadows. Nice work!
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  5. #2625
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    Quote Originally Posted by D70FAN View Post
    Done. Crop turned out to be the best solution (refer back to original post).
    Good choice I think. From what I recall of the original, in comparison this one cuts off the irritating object, moves the smoke stacks to a better composition, and cuts off some apparent variation in exposure to the right (I'm sure the exposure was constant, but the rotation of the camera made the exposure seem darker).

  6. #2626
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Raven,

    I prefer the first two. The lighting in the second one is great. The first one actually lacks much fisheye feel since there is nothing in the field of view that seems curved more than normal.
    Thanks (all) for the feedback. My favorites I think are 2,4,5 with honorable mention to 1,6. So pretty good agreement.

    KGosden, I did a thought experiment in the mountains a long time ago (like three years) while pondering a fisheye lens at a similar location. I determined that in mountains, distortion of a fisheye lens is pretty much irrelevant compared to to the topography. However, only a fisheye or a panorama can capture the feel of the location. That picture was sort of a realization of that theory (I think I can do better eventually), but it took a long time for a good fisheye to come out at a size and price I found acceptable.

  7. #2627
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    Raven,

    I did like the sense of laying in the grass i got from that first shot.

  8. #2628
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgosden View Post
    Raven,

    I did like the sense of laying in the grass i got from that first shot.
    More like crashing ungracefully through thick brush for 15 minutes, and taking the shot while tottering on a mat of pressed down brush over the edge of the pond on the verge of falling in, with brush catching me everywhere and trying to spring me into the pond and getting in the way of the shot, than laying in grass

  9. #2629
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    Typical tourist photo of a small section of the Butchart Gardens, Vancouver Island. Two-shot pano courtesy of the free Canon Photostitch software I received with my A95 compact digi-cam about a decade ago. Taken with a Nikon D7000, but the easy-to-use software still works!

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    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

  10. #2630
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    Sir Les,

    Loved Butchart Gardens the time I visited it was in Spring and the bulbs were all blooming in the quarry area. Back then I had a 'high end' VGA camera so not a lot of detail in the shots. It was a great scene to play with using some of the more painterly filters in Photoshop.

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