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    Default Knik River Area Panoramic

    Took a shot at trying out the photo stitch software for making panorama's. Will try some more this weekend ...Kind of fun!

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    Wow! That's absolutely beautiful!

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    Although the summer inhaled vigorously.

    This fall is one for the books... and your photo should be used to capture that.

    Looks great.

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    Very cool Eddie! What software are you trying?
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    Dayam wow.. absolutly MAGNIFICENT !!!

    Whew.. !! stunning indeed, I could spend hours in that photograph, just looking... ... (if it was printed HUGE).

    You just won.. .. .. one Print for free ! from me no charge. 44" by what ever length !

    I have a printer that can do that.. an Epson 7800

    Now how would you market an image such as this ? and for what type of price ?? ?? ( I know) !!

    I can print you a 44" wide on 'canvas" - paper - or.. 'clear film' (that's your best choice )

    Now, what would you do what something that size ?? easy, you have a light box built and insert a piece of opal plastic and light it from the rear.

    The virbrant colors will astound you ! and also any "tourist' type buisness in and around alaska.. in other words.. a lit sign ! would cost less than sixty bux to make that housing !!

    I bet anything I could sell that photo for $2,500 one time use!

    You can also do the same thing , if you take the time to absorb and think about what I just said. PM me and I can make that print for you for free on our printer !!

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    VERY nice Tull!!

    It looks like you took 4 exposures/frames for this shot?? Regardless, it's gorgeous...

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    Incredible!

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    Beautiful photo, Tull777!

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    Tull, you never disappoint in your photos...this one causes me to fumble to find the right words to describe how amazing! My favorite feature (aside from the crisp reflection) is the yellow trees that appear to be crawling up the side of the mountains.

    Bravo! Great Job!

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    Beautiful picture. The green is envy

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    VERY nice Eddie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishinGirl View Post
    Tull, you never disappoint in your photos...this one causes me to fumble to find the right words to describe how amazing! My favorite feature (aside from the crisp reflection) is the yellow trees that appear to be crawling up the side of the mountains.

    Bravo! Great Job!
    Thank you and glad you like the photo. I wish I had spent more time photographing this scene. I had planned to go back later that day and try to catch the evening light on the mountains but did not. I got lucky with what I did end up with ...the right place at the right time I guess. That's what I love about this state, you never know what's just around the next corner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunt'N'Photos View Post
    Very cool Eddie! What software are you trying?
    Thanks! I used the Canon "Photostitch" that came with my camera software. The only reason I used it was that I am a little familiar with. It's simple. I will try using CS3 next time. Wish me luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by seastar View Post
    Wow! That's absolutely beautiful!
    Thanks much!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stogey View Post
    Although the summer inhaled vigorously.

    This fall is one for the books... and your photo should be used to capture that.

    Looks great.
    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Majik Imaje View Post
    Dayam wow.. absolutly MAGNIFICENT !!!

    Whew.. !! stunning indeed, ...free on our printer !!
    I sent a PM and Thank You!

    Quote Originally Posted by AlaskanSD View Post
    VERY nice Tull!!

    It looks like you took 4 exposures/frames for this shot?? Regardless, it's gorgeous...
    I actually took 3-pictures. Thank you for looking!

    Quote Originally Posted by jsdobson View Post
    Incredible!
    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by RayfromAK View Post
    Beautiful photo, Tull777!
    Thanks for looking Ray!

    Quote Originally Posted by gwvigs View Post
    Beautiful picture. The green is envy
    Thank You!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sierra Hotel View Post
    VERY nice Eddie.
    Glad you like it and Thank You all!
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    Nice job Eddie. You make me want to get off the couch and take some pictures.
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    Geeez Eddie, and to think you did that with your camera phone! Great job man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlaskanSD View Post
    VERY nice Tull!!

    It looks like you took 4 exposures/frames for this shot?? Regardless, it's gorgeous...
    Just curious - how did you come up with 4 frames? Just looking at it, I cannot tell at all. It is definitely a gorgeous picture. I took a series of photos up in Denali that I have yet to "stitch" together, but it sure looks like fun to try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danattherock View Post
    Nice job Eddie. You make me want to get off the couch and take some pictures.
    Well then, Get out there!!! HA!

    Dan, did you make the trip north for the river drift yet???

    Quote Originally Posted by trapperrick View Post
    Geeez Eddie, and to think you did that with your camera phone! Great job man.
    Thanks Rick ...Cell Phone ...HA!

    Quote Originally Posted by jmg View Post
    Just curious - how did you come up with 4 frames? Just looking at it, I cannot tell at all. It is definitely a gorgeous picture. I took a series of photos up in Denali that I have yet to "stitch" together, but it sure looks like fun to try.

    Actually from three pictures. A lot of fun no doubt. I would like to see what you came up with in regards to your photo stitch from the Denali trip. Please post them here.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Well then, Get out there!!! HA!

    Dan, did you make the trip north for the river drift yet???
    Yeah man. Thanks for asking. The wife and I had a great float trip Sept 10-15. Caught some big dollies. Three nine pounders, an eleven pounder, and a fourteen pounder (my biggest to date). Got all mine, including the 14 pounder, on the fly rod. What a blast! We saw about 400 caribou, northern lights, and a few bear. Caught some big dollies, tons of chum, some silvers, and huge grayling. Got 5 grayling over two pounds on as many cast. Got one that was over three pounds. They just could not say no to the egg sucking leech. Wonderful trip. Below are some pictures from the trip. They are just snapshots from the waterproof Pentax W30. I left the 40D behind due to weight restrictions. We bought a raft recently and had to rent frame/oars. Total weight for that was 185 lbs. This cut into our 800 lb limit considerably as we weigh 500 to start with. I am designing a light weight breakdown frame for future use. Got this rig for some rivers in ANWR we want to float that have some class III sections. But it certainly does weigh more than the Ally pack canoe we normally take. These pics, while not impressive, will at least give you an idea of what the trip was like. You can click on "slideshow" in the upper right when the link opens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danattherock View Post
    Yeah man. Thanks for asking. The wife and I had a great float trip Sept 10-15 ... "slideshow" in the upper right when the link opens.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/2114408...7607454754242/
    Great slideshow Dan, I'll send you a PM.
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