Death Valley Soul by Lara Koo

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Creative Cloud by Marc Adamus

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Creative Cloud by Marc Adamus

Wide panorama’s are all about horizontal lines for me, taking what might have otherwise a compositional impediment and making it into a bend that wraps around the range here demonstrated that point. This is a type of what I call a “Forced Perspective”, when lenses and/or stitching imparts a specific and powerful design characteristic into the scene. It’s hard to pre-visualize these in the field at first, but once you get the hang of it it’s easier to lend a particular shape to the landscape this way. This a point I was teaching on this morning when these wicked Lenny’s rolled in. The lenticular clouds are so predictable here I can often see them coming multiple days in advance, and we truly got some great ones this year. Of course at the moment the Lenticulars came around I wasn’t anywhere near something that would have made an obviously strong foreground (like the equally amazing bubbles we had here, for example), but that’s where knowledge of the pano technique and about 4 hours of processing work comes in, ha! We actually processed the finished image on video as a group and for the most part I am pretty happy with it so I am sharing it here (not the video, just the image). This is 7 vertical 14mm frames stitched horizontally. Thanks… sorry I couldn’t resist on the title. I think ultimately it’s going to need a few more of the type of refinements I don’t apply before posting here though. There’s a few areas of overly leaning trees from the stitch and even perhaps a sharpening edge halo or dust spot somewhere – gasp! Sorry about that. You’ll just have to see the print. It’ll get there.

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Creative Cloud by Marc Adamus Wide panorama’s are all about horizontal lines for me, taking what might have otherwise a compositional impediment and making it into a bend that wraps around the range here demonstrated...

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Daniel’s Bridge by Derek...

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Daniel’s Bridge by Derek Burdeny

Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway is one of the most beautiful places that I have visited. When you arrive at a beautiful place, great composition helps your photo become even more beautiful. I was shown this bridge by my friend, Daniel Kordan, on a recent workshop. I dedicate this photo you, Daniel.

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Daniel’s Bridge by Derek Burdeny Reine, Lofoten Islands, Norway is one of the most beautiful places that I have visited. When you arrive at a beautiful place, great composition helps your photo become even more...

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Landscape reflection! by Patri...

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Roadtrip anyone? by Johannes H...

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Drama in the Dolomites by Dani...

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Drama in the Dolomites by Daniel F.

POST PROCESSING
BILDBEARBEITUNG
WEBSITE
FACEBOOK Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my brand new set of videos. Just check out my website for more information.
____ Viele der hier angewandten Techniken werden sehr ausführlich in meinen aktuellen Video Tutorials demonstriert. Mehr Infos dazu findet Ihr auf meiner Website.

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Drama in the Dolomites by Daniel F. POST PROCESSING BILDBEARBEITUNG WEBSITE FACEBOOK Many techniques used on this image are demonstrated in my brand new set of videos. Just check out my website for more information. ____...

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Oh Miah by Nicola Pirondini

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Oh Miah by Nicola Pirondini

Hello everyone, today I’m happy to share with you a new image. Differently from most of my works, there is no strong color in the sky, no strong effects to alter the original image. It’s just a peaceful moment I want to remember. I called it “Oh Miah” because that’s the title of a track I was listening that day, and still gets in my mind when seeing these shots.
Hope you enjoy it!
Have a nice day everyone,
Nicola

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Oh Miah by Nicola Pirondini Hello everyone, today I’m happy to share with you a new image. Differently from most of my works, there is no strong color in the sky, no strong effects to alter the original image....

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HoluhrunFull by Iurie Belegurs...

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HoluhrunFull by Iurie Belegurschi

Holuhraun volcano eruption shot from helicopter … www.iceland-photo-tours.com

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HoluhrunFull by Iurie Belegurschi Holuhraun volcano eruption shot from helicopter … www.iceland-photo-tours.com Iurie Belegurschi: Photos

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Graduation by Dylan Toh & ...

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Graduation by Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim

Lake Bonney
South Australia This weekend, I went out to test three bits of equipment. Laowa’s 12mm F2.8 lens, a night filter by Nisi and a horizon GND by Nisi. This image was shot at 12mm which is very wide considering my widest lens to date is the 16-35mm F4. It has pretty good sharpness throughout so far that I can see. Stay tuned for a review on the lens once I get more use out of it. As for the Horizon ND filter, I think the current iteration is a a little too dense with an abrupt cut off. It’s an interesting concept, but for this image, I had to exposure blend anyway, which for me, kind of defeats the purpose of using GNDs. You can see the grad line in the bottom half, but not the top as that was balanced out by a 3 stop soft GND. The good thing about Nisi is that they listen to feedback so I’m hopeful there’ll be a softer graduated version of this filter in the future 🙂

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Graduation by Dylan Toh & Marianne Lim Lake Bonney South Australia This weekend, I went out to test three bits of equipment. Laowa’s 12mm F2.8 lens, a night filter by Nisi and a horizon GND by Nisi. This image...

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Gunung Bromo by Manjik photogr...

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Gunung Bromo by Manjik photography

Bromo national park Feel free to follow me on :
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Gunung Bromo by Manjik photography Bromo national park Feel free to follow me on : Facebook Flickr Instagram Twitter Manjik photography: Photos

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Nadya by Георгий Чернядьев (Ge...

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Nadya by Георгий Чернядьев (Georgy Chernyadyev)

Paid lessons retouching. Live and video tutorials my retouching techniques and toning in Photoshop and Lightroom
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Nadya by Георгий Чернядьев (Georgy Chernyadyev) Paid lessons retouching. Live and video tutorials my retouching techniques and toning in Photoshop and Lightroom Join me on My Facebook Page And Follow...

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Low Flying by Michael Cleary

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Low Flying by Michael Cleary

After a week I figure it is safe to like and respond.

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Low Flying by Michael Cleary After a week I figure it is safe to like and respond. Michael Cleary: Photos

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