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  1. Thanks! Nope, this was taken by using an ordinary Manfrotto non-pano head. Was shooting with a plain Nikkor 50mm f/1.7, hence its so sharp. Shot it 4 rows and 40 shots each.
  2. Palace of Arts at Budapest by night. This is a pano image stitched to TIFF, so I had to compress it to hell to be able to upload here, so sorry about the artifacts this may cause by viewing. This post was inspired by Dallas's email of " Let's Break Facebook ". 😉
  3. One more, from this summer. D300, Sigma 15-30 f/3.5 @ f/16, 10 secs.
  4. Balaton(ality) sunset Lake Balaton, Si
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    Sequoia NP, Twin Lakes

    Nice composition SethL! Personally, i would add bit more contrast, seems a bit bright for me. But overall, its nice. For first view, i thought it's an IR photo.
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    Cape Cod

    I can't see such a thing. Is it my browser or is there any other thing I should know about viewing these pics ?
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    Gloomy Sunday BW

    Probably. I'm still trying to learn to achieve better language knowledge. Thanks for the inspiration! Thanks. Now I got what you mentioned (dodge tool). I was thinking to mask the dark bottom side to brighten, but then just leaved it that way.
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    Gloomy Sunday BW

    Thanks for your comment. Maybe it's just my poor English skills , but what (and how) would you dodge in the bottom ?
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    Gloomy Sunday BW

    Thanks for watching. Maybe it's just my monitor (calibrated), but i can see tonal differences in the shadows, of course in bigger size. Now I've just tried, to load a general setting, and its dark . You're right, thanks again.
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    A riverside walk

    Nice pictures Tom. The first three are too bright for my taste, the 4th is really sweet. You really got me there, walking alone the riverside.. Well done!
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    Gloomy Sunday BW

    This shot was taken at last winter at Szentendre (Hungary), hope you'll like it. D300, Sigma 15-30 @15mm f/11 1/640s, ISO 400.
  12. I use this lens alot, since I'm a great fan of widefield photos. This is a decent lens both DX and FX. Be careful with strong light sources in-front of the lens, since it can capture flares easily. I found that the level of distortion is acceptable, and you can easily correct it (i used to have one distortion correction setting saved for CNX2, which i apply to my pics taken with this lens (no matter if its 15 or 30mm)). One funny thing: always remove the the lens (so you see the flower shaped built-in) hood when using with FX body, else you are gonna shoot funny circle framed shots.
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    delray beach 9.20.09

    Nice, nice and once again nice! Could you just try it next time without colours ?
  14. Yeah, i agree with you about this, thats why i put my words about dynamism between brackets. But for example what would be the motion/dynamic element in a shot about a trees in a forest (if we are talking about landscape) ?
  15. Wonderful shot. Have you tried to shoot the same with longer shutter speed (to smooth out the water, maybe that would just steal the dynamism from this pic) ?
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