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Old August 8th, 2016, 07:58 AM
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Well I only had 28mm. To do it as a pano would actually require being a mosaic as the trees to the left and the right side extend out the top of the frame. I tried to balance the left half with the right half
And whats the problem with that? Take as many frames as you need. Go wide enough to get more than you want, then crop to the ratio size you need to print or share or whatever.
Why purposely limit yourself to what one lens can fit in a single frame when you can easily work around it?
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Old August 8th, 2016, 08:08 AM
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And whats the problem with that? Take as many frames as you need. Go wide enough to get more than you want, then crop to the ratio size you need to print or share or whatever.
Why purposely limit yourself to what one lens can fit in a single frame when you can easily work around it?
I find mosaics a Pain to put together requiring much more work than I want to give. Besides there was nothing of interest on the left side. If there was it would have been included.
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Old August 9th, 2016, 03:09 AM
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Beutiful scene here, captured well. I like the BW version a lot more
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Great shot (love both color and B&W).
There are some branches in the top right corner that kind of bother me...

I like the trees on the sides (both left & right) as they are - a nice frame.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 10:28 AM
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I find mosaics a Pain to put together requiring much more work than I want to give. Besides there was nothing of interest on the left side. If there was it would have been included.
I won't dispute you on this photo since you were there and I wasn't.
But what is the deal with mosaics? Why should they be any tougher to deal with?
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Old September 1st, 2016, 10:43 AM
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Re: Emerald Lake

Overall file size...I hate waiting for large files to load, and processing them is a very slow process.

If it makes you feel better going through my wife shots of the same area she also did not shoot any further on the left side. If I recall the trail widened and ran along that side and tot he right of that was a steep embankment. (The embankment we descended to get down to the lake.)

The tree edge as opposed tot he trail made for a more balanced image allowing the capture of all the mountains in the frame within the field of view for a 28mm lens on a full frame body.
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Old September 1st, 2016, 02:32 PM
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Overall file size...I hate waiting for large files to load, and processing them is a very slow process.

If it makes you feel better going through my wife shots of the same area she also did not shoot any further on the left side. If I recall the trail widened and ran along that side and tot he right of that was a steep embankment. (The embankment we descended to get down to the lake.)

The tree edge as opposed tot he trail made for a more balanced image allowing the capture of all the mountains in the frame within the field of view for a 28mm lens on a full frame body.
What I meant Clark, was, I won't criticize the framing. You were there and knew what you wanted. As far as panoramas go, I guess I'm spoiled. My computer rarely takes more than a minute to stitch them together, depending on the number of frames of course. And it doesn't matter if they are vertical or horizontal, with very few exceptions. I'll post one I had to do by hand, because the software refused to put them together.
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