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Old 17th July 2009
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Bourne Eau

Probably technically flawed. This started off as a four shot panorama using E-620, Zuiko 9-18mm but I couldnt stitch all of the shots together in PP and only used two in the end.

I like the result, however, and thought I would share. C&C welcome


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Re: Bourne Eau

It's an intriguing shot that almost seems a bit otherworldly with the way the light is hitting the trees.

Not really sure - but it has certainly got something.

If it was shot in raw I might be tempted to try a bit of hdr to get out the details - bit difficult though as it is a stitch.

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Old 19th July 2009
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Re: Bourne Eau

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If it was shot in raw I might be tempted to try a bit of hdr to get out the details - bit difficult though as it is a stitch.

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Using PTgui would enable hdr/exposure fusion. The best program of it's kind.
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Re: Bourne Eau

It's an intersting shot, quite effective, I'm wondering if the use of a polarizer would have helped bring out the detail in the water better.

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