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PostThu Oct 12, 2017 3:31 pm 
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360 view at lunch last Thursday

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Sunrise from Harry's Ridge, Mt St Helens
Sunrise from Harry's Ridge, Mt St Helens
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PostMon Oct 16, 2017 8:01 am 
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That is a sweet shot awilsondc, did you camp there?

When I got my Sony A7rII I started with the 55mm 1.8 prime to maximize the quality and resolution. I still often carry just that on hikes. I zoom with my feet and shoot panos when I want a wider view. Shooting panos the benefit is very high resolution files suitable for large prints when they work out, the negative is that shooting multiple images increases the chance of mistakes - one messed up shot can ruin a whole pano. Computer/processing time also increases exponentially with these extremely large files, esp. since I often use adjustment layers in Photoshop. Since I've retired I have the time and inclination for it, but YMMV.

Here are a few from the Artist's Point area last weekend.

Mt. Baker, 4 shots, 106 MP final file
Mt. Baker, 4 shots, 106 MP final file
Mt. Baker, 12 shots (lots of overlap), 132 MP
Mt. Baker, 12 shots (lots of overlap), 132 MP
Chain Lakes Trail, 5 shots, 130MP
Chain Lakes Trail, 5 shots, 130MP
Mt. Shuksan, 5 shots, 81 MP
Mt. Shuksan, 5 shots, 81 MP

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PostTue Oct 17, 2017 8:21 pm 
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Jim Dockery wrote:
That is a sweet shot awilsondc, did you camp there?

No, I just hiked up in the dark early in the morning.  It's a fairly short drive for me.  It was a bit tricky following the trail with a layer of new snow, but totally worth it!

Nice shots by the way, Jim!  I'm thinking about upgrading to the A7rII.
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Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`
Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`
Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`
Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`
Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`
Flying up and around Mount Rainier towards Dusk.  Zeiss 16-35 and 55mm and sony a7r2`

oh and yes a pano

Sunrise and sunset up at Artists Point with views of Mount Baker and Shuksan
Sunrise and sunset up at Artists Point with views of Mount Baker and Shuksan
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PostWed Dec 20, 2017 2:36 pm 
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a couple from sauk mountain


and one from Maple pass


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PostFri Jan 05, 2018 5:17 pm 
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IMG_20171008_111507450_HDR-PANO

DSC_9435-Pano-1

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PostSat Aug 04, 2018 10:21 pm 
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Luna Peak at Sunrise

sunrise by awilsondc, on Flickr

This one deserves a click, followed by a click for full screen and scrolling.
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