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Monument Valley - Looking Back



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Post Options Post Options   Quote Cucoo Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 March 2020 at 08:41
While this is a stitching fail (I had 3 pics and just wanted to see if Hugin could do anything useful with it) I like it because of the twins



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Radcliffe Camera from Exeter College

A7 with Minolta MD Rokkor-X 45mm F2. Two frames stitched vertically.
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The amphitheatre of Pula (Croatia)


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..a slightly different take on the same location...
 



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Pieter, Bob,
Hard to reconcile that your respective images are of the very same subject!
Pieter's obviously realistic in its rendering, and providing a sense of the scale of this impressive antiquity, and Bob's a version of it as seen by a fish on LSD.
I presume those two irregular black shapes in the foreground and in the sky are due to a photographic version of macular degeneration?
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They are the gaps where I hadn't taken shots (the areas directly above me and down by my feet).

Below is a slight more conventional pan from the outside...


Edited by Bob J - 05 April 2020 at 14:10
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A night, HDR, Pano! 18 raw files into a 70mpix image. Resized of course :-)

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Twelve frames, stitched in Lightroom


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