HDR Pano(Verto)rama

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  1. McNugget801

    McNugget801 TPF Noob!

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    I took this last night on the foothills above my house with my Canon XSi / Tokina 11-16mm.

    15 vertial bracketed photos (AEB approx. -2 -1 +1), processed as a batch in photomatix to 5 HDR images, stitched together with PS CS4, then cropped and touched up a bit in Lightroom2. The clarity of this resized image does not do the original (6975 x 3549)justice but you get the picture :)

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    Nice work :) Lovely colours and really great panorama. Somehow the front of the pic seems a little "clipped", even though the road is in full view and not cut off, it may benefit from a little more foreground but that's just MHO :)
     
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    I agree with you. The problem I always seem to have while doing 180° panos is that when I shoot too much foreground the image ends up more cone shaped.
     
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    That's really awesome. The vague semicircle provided by the light through the clouds provides a nice counterbalance to the semicircle provided by the road. Nice job processing as well.
     
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    that area looks alot like boise, where is it? its amazing, i agree with all said above, but thats the one and only itsy flaw
     
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    Amazing!
     
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    I love it!
     
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    very cool. i love the vertical panorama idea combined with hdr. what was your shutter at? i mean, is the silkiness of the grass a result of a slow shutter or the merging or both?
     
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    really nice!
     

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