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Jim Dockery
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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 9:00 am 
I was lucky to have Heather lake almost to myself on this autumn afternoon
Heather Lake Afternoon
Heather Lake Afternoon

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 9:07 am 

From Fort Casey.


Ebey Bluff.


Kerry Park.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 11:50 am 
Nice pans Nikon. I especially like the Fort Casey shot - cool view of my local peaks - too bad there isn't more water, and that pesky piling down there. What power tele did you use? Excellent Kerry Park shot too.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 12:01 pm 
Jim Dockery wrote:
Nice pans Nikon. I especially like the Fort Casey shot - cool view of my local peaks - too bad there isn't more water, and that pesky piling down there. What power tele did you use? Excellent Kerry Park shot too.

I was surprised at the perfect mountain line-up from that location too.  I think there are workarounds for all those things you mentioned but that would have required me actually paying attention at the time!!!

I'd have to look them up in the archives but I'm thinking the mountains were shot at 300mm.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 1:08 pm 
I took this yesterday with my Nikon D40, 18-105 lens; 15 portrait frames (about 180 degrees); assembled with Hugin/Panorama Tools

east from Hidden Lake Peak
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east from Hidden Lake Peak

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 1:50 pm 
If you tweak enough....you almost don't notice that the sky is totally blown out.
If you tweak enough....you almost don't notice that the sky is totally blown out.
Hells Pano BW.jpg
Hells Pano BW.jpg
Frazier Lake Pano.jpg
Frazier Lake Pano.jpg
Upper Royal Lake
Upper Royal Lake
Kamiak Pano #1.jpg
Kamiak Pano #1.jpg
pano.jpg
pano.jpg
I love this place  Lake of the Angels in the southeastern Olympics
I love this place  Lake of the Angels in the southeastern Olympics
View from Kamiak Butte
View from Kamiak Butte
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pano-small.jpg
pano3-small.jpg
pano3-small.jpg
Mt. Constance B + W
Mt. Constance B + W

I think these are all reposts from here or there, but I figured I'd post 'em anyway.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 2:05 pm 
Some of these are really nice.

I've never experimented with panoramas. So, how does one print them out and mount them on the walls? Is it easy, or do you have to have custom frames made?

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 2:14 pm 
GaliWalker,
Regarding your framing question, I'd say it's a case by case basis. Sometimes you might find pre-made frames with oddball aspect ratios that magically match your own (or could be made to with low-impact cropping), but for the most part it'd be custom matting at least if not custom framing.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 3:04 pm 
Tunnel Pano 5 -MID.jpg
Tunnel Pano 5 -MID.jpg

One more. This one covers roughly 300 degrees. Original is 52 MB, 30959 X 4023 pixels. I'm not sure how many I actually used to stitch, but the full sequence is 53 portrait images.

Edit: Picasa hates me. There doesn't seem to be any way to provide a proper large version of these images.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 7:57 pm 
doh.gif  banghead.gif
This is a 33 (minus one) frame pano of Mt Index 11090 x 9059 pixels


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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 8:15 pm 
GaliWalker wrote:
I've never experimented with panoramas. So, how does one print them out and mount them on the walls? Is it easy, or do you have to have custom frames made?

Pretty easy.

1. Costco will print a 12"x36" print for $5.
2. Take that down to Aaron Bros. framing and have it dry mounted on 3/8" foam core for $18.
3. Hang it on the wall.

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PostWed Jun 03, 2009 10:07 pm 
Thanks, DHM! That sounds pretty painless; I think I need to give this a try.

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PostThu Jun 04, 2009 12:21 am 
You bet! I've been really happy with the results...

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PostThu Jun 04, 2009 8:01 am 
From Kerry Park last night.  They had that really bright light in Seattle Center turned on again.


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PostThu Jun 04, 2009 8:10 am 
Schroder, nice view from Hidden Lake Pk. - that one crys out for labels.
Watchman Campground trail - one of the easiest in Zion.
Watchman Campground trail - one of the easiest in Zion.

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