• #553
    Pete Walentin

    S2 – 35mm out of four frames.

    Feedback welcome.

  • #555
    Jack MacD

    You got to the right place at the right time! With the right equipment for what can be a huge enlargement.
    I initially viewed this on an iPhone, and it improperly cropped the shot. Sort of a joke to view on an iPhone, but the elements of design are always visible, unless it gives one an unintended crop. Then I looked at it on my iPad and it cropped it again differently. Only after a copied it to a viewer did I see the full shot. Then I said wow. I encourage others to make sure you see the full image. I love shots in Utah. Did you get to Bryce or Arches? What do you plan to do with this image? Blow it up to 10 feet? For a landscape photographer, merging images is a nice option versus a not yet released 24mm lens.
    Best,
    Jack

  • #558
    Pete Walentin

    Thanks Jack.

    We've done a few of the usual suspects: Grand, Bryce, Arches, Canyonlands, Antelope, Monument Valley and a little bit of Zion. So I will post some more pictures step by step.

    Re what I will do with it: I dont know yet. I still have a crush on my camera, we do not know each other that well. If you understand what I mean. 😉

    It is hard for me to judge if the picture is as good as it could be. I think that I am the limiting factor in terms of IQ. :p

    Additionally I switched from C1 to LR3. So lot's of things to learn and to get used to.

    Do you think a 24mm is capable of getting the whole Horseshoebend? I'm not sure. 😉

    Best,
    Pete

  • #559
    Mark Gowin

    Jack MacD;246 wrote: … I initially viewed this on an iPhone, and it improperly cropped the shot. Sort of a joke to view on an iPhone, but the elements of design are always visible, unless it gives one an unintended crop. Then I looked at it on my iPad and it cropped it again differently. Only after a copied it to a viewer did I see the full shot. Then I said wow. I encourage others to make sure you see the full image

    I agree Jack. I saw this image through sleepy eyes last night on my laptop and was impressed. Today, I tried to view it on my iPad and I was let down that I couldn't see all of the image. Bummer!

  • #560
    David Farkas

    Mark Gowin;255 wrote: I agree Jack. I saw this image through sleepy eyes last night on my laptop and was impressed. Today, I tried to view it on my iPad and I was let down that I couldn't see all of the image. Bummer!

    The best way to upload images on the site is to just use the standard Insert Image or Manage Attachment options. The site will automatically create a 550px wide/tall thumbnail which links to the full-size image in a new tab. And, 550px wide is perfect for iPad viewing.

  • #561
    Mark Gowin

    I was able to tap on the image (incomplete preview shown) and save to Photo App on my iPad and then I could see the whole image.

    Very well done Pete. I doubt that a 24 mm could capture the whole scene considering the image y posted is a 4 image stitch from a 35 mm.

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