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    Default Valdez, Denali Hwy, Denali NP, Copper River ...

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    12 vertical images make up this Pano ...
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    Really nice!

    I especially like the moon/river shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik in AK View Post
    Really nice!

    I especially like the moon/river shot
    Thanks Eric!

    Moon shot ...Hand held, 100mm, 1/30th Sec, f-4.5 & 1250 ISO


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    Wow, that pano is sewn together tightly!! I cant find a seam anywhere...


    Dont know if I like the rainbow shot where you P-shopped the background, but the second shot up the tree...SCHWEET!!

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    Great as always!

    Really like the blurred fish wheel.

    It appears you shot it in Av Mode...
    # Exposure Time (1 / Shutter Speed) = 1/2 second ===> 0.5 second
    # Lens F-Number / F-Stop = 29/1 ===> ƒ/29
    # Exposure Program = aperture priority (3)

    # ISO Speed Ratings = 100
    Did the shutter set to .5 seconds based on the f/29 setting, or did you do that manually somehow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunt_ak View Post
    Wow, that pano is sewn together tightly!! I cant find a seam anywhere...

    Dont know if I like the rainbow shot where you P-shopped the background, but the second shot up the tree...SCHWEET!!
    Thank you! I really enjoy shooting with the super wide lens with small apertures with trees as the main subject mater and a little sun.

    The panos are pretty rewarding when they come together.

    Not sure what you are referring to ... "P-shopped the back ground"?

    The only background photo shopping that I did with that image was to remove some sensor dust spots and I must admit that there was a lot.



    The background is actually a wall of heavy rain off in the distance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianW View Post
    Great as always!

    Really like the blurred fish wheel.

    It appears you shot it in Av Mode...

    Did the shutter set to .5 seconds based on the f/29 setting, or did you do that manually somehow?
    The .5 shutter speed was automatically the result of the f/29 setting.

    It was bright enough to have to search for a slow enough shutter speed to get the results of the fish wheel in motion. That's why the small aperture and low ISO setting.

    I don't use manual much ...maybe I just trust the camera to much?

    Hope that answers your question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Here are a few from last weekends 1200-mile road trip ...


    Quote Originally Posted by tull777 View Post
    Not sure what you are referring to ... "P-shopped the back ground"?

    The background is actually a wall of heavy rain off in the distance.
    This was the pic I was talking about. At first glance it looked like you blurred the background behind the brush where the rainbow is hitting...

    Keep 'em comin'!

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    Nice pictures. Keep them coming.

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    Great shots!
    Yes, that weekend full moon was a beauty...
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice photos, Tull777!

    I like them all, but am amazed by the high ISO moon shot taken with your 30D As I said before, it's not the camera that makes the photographer.

    Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfromAK View Post
    Very nice photos, Tull777!

    I like them all, but am amazed by the high ISO moon shot taken with your 30D As I said before, it's not the camera that makes the photographer.

    Ray
    Ha! That old 30D is holding me back!

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    Its not what camera the photographer uses but how the photograher uses the camera !! That is the essence of photography !! TECH TALK IS nonsense in teaching how to create !!

    Tull777 I am speechless as always when I view any of your photographs.

    you definitely have a very bright future in this business ..!!

    glad to see someone using manual. That is the essence of learning how to create !!

    STUNNING IMAGES for sure.

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