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  1. #2881
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    A couple of Crater Lake shots from a quick trip up to Oregon. I'm not too experienced with the starry night shots, but it's something I'm going to start working on. A big issue is my lack of blending skills and all of my normal comp ideas are out due to thin DOF at 1.4.

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    Lukas

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    I could tell you but I wouldn't want you to get all pissy if it's the wrong brand

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  2. #2882
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    Looks like you are off to a good start Lukas.

  3. #2883
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    Beautiful. EXIF says exposure time was 20 seconds. I would have thought it's more like 3 hours!
    Nikon D7000 and a bunch of Nikon stuff oh, and some Canon p&s's too

  4. #2884
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    Thanks! 3 hours would leave me with some pretty good star trails
    Lukas

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  5. #2885
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    That night scene is fantastic. And, yeah, surely 3 hours would have left some pretty long star trails. Used to live in Oregon myself and only an hour's drive from Crater Lake - loved to go there and enjoy the views!

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  7. #2887
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    I just curse at people who post images which do not fit on my monitor. I don't care how great they might be, because as soon as I notice that the image is off the edge of my monitor I just keep going! After all the times that people have complained about this why do people not learn that most of us do not enjoy it?? I admit that I am one of the most vocal about this, do most people have a larger monitor than 1600 pixels wide?

  8. #2888
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    danwiz.

    Set your browser to resize images to your screen width and YOUR problem will go away.
    The rest of us who live with monitors that are less than 10 years old can continue without worrying about upsetting your precious feelings.

  9. #2889
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    Danwiz, an exception is when posting Pano's as they usually loose a lot in the translation. For example the scene above would loose considerable impact at 1080 x 448. All of the long-time posters here are well aware of the general limitations and always post accordingly... except pano's.

    An exceptional shot Rich. Too bad we don't have 4K monitors to see it in its splendor. I'm sure that printed on the Artisan 1430 from processed RAW would be super.
    D7000, D70, CP990, CP900, FE.
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    Ha! See, I can change...


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  10. #2890
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    Haven't visited for a while. It was great to catch up though as there are some exceptional shots on here recently guys.
    Around every picture there's a corner & round every corner there's a picture
    - the fun's in finding them

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