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Sorry I was busy yesterday with family, but Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! I appreciate your constant support over the last few years! I couldn't do it without you!
Btw~ Thanks Michael for the awesome testimonial! !
Just trying out a Nikon D700. Very heavy built like a tank which is fantastic. Picture quality is down to me and my lens. Can't really compare to the d750 or d800 totally different beasts from a different era. Not blowing up pics so pixel count doesn't come into play any pics just going onto social sites.
The quintessential drift wood shot. Was a good day to shoot on Saturday. Not a whole lot of colour but the clouds did make for some dramatic skies with great LE effects.
Thanks to all of you for your time, comments and favs. Truly appreciated..
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This was taken before sunrise (to the right). A pano of 2 sections. Each section is DRI'ed from 3-4 exposures. Manually toned to get the sky seamless. One long exp (f22, 70 secs , ISO 200 for the water).
The overlap is about 60%. Left the railing at the bottom right....liked it :o). Given the 60% or maybe even 70% overlap allowed me to get the buildings in about 15% larger and also align them well. I was at a 45deg angle (as you cans ee from the railing ) to backplane . Good one...enjoyed this ;-)
Across the Singapore river. To the right and under the umbrellas - white are the restaurants by the river. Abuzz with activity...esp on weekends. to the left is the famous Riverside point.
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Carl Zeiss Planar T* 1.4/50 ZF.2