Loch Tulla Panoramic Reflection
i take it this was taken just to the right of yesterdays post? Simply beautiful Emma, the stitching is near on seemless. The large version does this justice, interesting and helpful not too.
- JoseMiguel (5658)
- [2007-06-06 8:08]
I know exactly what do you mean when you said: "life just got in the way"!!!
The important thing is that we finally see your LP.
I must say is a very impressive one, it really deserves the large post to enjoy and appreciate all the magnificent details and the beauty of the place.
It's amazing how such a wide view can form a great composition in that extended format.
Very interesting and usefull all the considerations given in your notes.
Congratulations and thanks for share it.
My best regards,
That is surely an awesome view. I am just flabbergasted by the perfect flat surface of the lake. It did make the mirroring effect of this photo wonderful. The details in the large version are very good.
Reading your note, I noticed you mentioned the technique for the rotation. This is known to me, but I an wonderful if you have a special panohead. If not, how do you control the correct rotation? Do you use exposure block to keep the same settings?
Emma, this is simply fantstic!!!!
The picture itself is amazing and the exact atmosphere you managed to transcend to us through it is also exceptional!
Just looking at those colors, at that water and at those perfect reflection we really feel as if we could be there...your right, we don't feel that cold that much :))))
The tech-stuf here is simply impeccable! There realyl is no pint in taking each element and telling you over and over again how great it is.
Also a big thanks for the very constructive note to us beginners of panoramas! It comes in handy :)
Just one thing: here we see a photo with some black borders on top and below. The LP is without them, just the small and discreet frame. I'm guessing you added those black margins in order to fir the "minimum 250 pixels" limit, right?
Anyway, a big congratulations for this brilliant post!
Bravo and TFS
- marioana (1481)
- [2007-06-06 11:17]
Awesome job. Did well getting away from the pros, although from this effort you could blend right in. Very beautiful light and amazing reflections. Very well done.
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-06-06 11:41]
What can I say?Wonderful shot,
Perfect composition and lighting,
Fantastic POV,Superb Panorama friend
- garyfudge (1098)
- [2007-06-06 12:23]
a nice traditional shot. Well composed, edited and the result is quite seemless.
- vanderschelden (30441)
- [2007-06-06 14:12]
Good technical work!
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-06-06 15:23]
What a great note you have wrote. I am impressed. I like the pictured place and quality of the picture so much. Amazing landscape, reflection, composition and colours. Bravo and TFS.
- Jamesp (18906)
- [2007-06-06 18:29]
What a stunning posting. The colours and composition are wonderful.
- pablominto (14563)
- [2007-06-07 2:36]
A wonderful composition!
Great colours and details, but most impressive is the reflection! I know very well how long you may have to wait to get calm conditions like that in the mountains...
Very attractive work!
- SelenE (13964)
- [2007-06-07 3:52]
Excellent work! You created a really great panorama. Landscape is beautiful, composition, colors and light is wonderful. Bravo and TFS.
- dougsphotos (849)
- [2007-06-07 14:21]
A beautiful image, both in terms of the scene itself (stunning view, lighting and calm reflections....) and in terms of the technical skills - fantastically done, and thanks for the helpful note. Might try one one day...!
Great work, as ever.
- Evelynn (14454)
- [2007-06-07 22:05]
You managed some really nice pano work here. I'm still trying to figure out how to manage it with my ball head tripod. Thanks for the advice. It's a lovely image.
Evelynn : )
- Signal-Womb (11094)
- [2007-06-08 6:00]
Hi Emma, love these Pan shots you give us. VERY beautiful landscape, and wonderful mood capture. Splendid light and contrast in the photo. There is no doubt I was blown away by the raw beauty of the Highlands. I suppose I got to see about 70% of what I wanted. I really wanted to see Handa Island as you recommended but the weather turned real bad further north. Orkney was definitely out. Anyhow, very nice work.
- mikou (6093)
- [2007-06-12 10:04]
Beautiful panoramic cold and clear picture.And large version is great.I like horizon in the middle of picture and blurred mirroring in water.Wondeful composition with very nice colors and amazing light.Superb done this landscape and very useful note too!
TFS,with greeting Milos.
- Bratman (780)
- [2007-06-14 15:51]
It's a great panorama Emma with good relections. Love how the far left and right shorelines kinda cradle the image. Best, Brat.
What a great place to be Emma, with or without the Pro's because you are ONE of them so; your place is more than justified: Look at the result! I'll be back later, time for me to read your notes correctly and to look again at this magnificent scenery. At first sight, it looks like a painting, wow!
- marmottelolo (14697)
- [2007-06-25 6:21]
la symetrie est vraiment parfaite,superbe reflet.
- captainsgirl (4088)
- [2007-07-01 16:53]
what a beautiful panoramic it is too! The water...like a mirror....wow...must of taken your breath away to stand there....amazing..TFS
Thanks so much for your comments on my photo " My Visitor (28)" :o)
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2007-07-05 14:59]
Next time I'll try to remember to use this type of large band black framing; it looks great and enhances the image 100%. Good show.
I love the large version.
Very well done and presented.
Mario from the land of complete PEACE & TRANQUILITY.
- fragman (43400)
- [2007-11-18 7:51]
very nice landscape, TFS Ori