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    Smith Rock Panorama

    Playing with files I have in my archives. Found this pano that I threw together. I have so darned many images to go through...at this pace it will take me a few years....but darned me...I keep going out and shooting more.....lol.



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    Wonderful panorama! Oregon is such a beautiful state (I was in Bend for a couple of years).
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    Lovely.

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    Re: Smith Rock Panorama

    Gorgeous Roman -- fine light
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    Phil -Then this should make you feel quite at home. This is just north of Redmond.

    Jack & Shelby - thank you very much.

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    Re: Smith Rock Panorama

    Nicely done,
    Can you inform us as to the technical specs, (camera,lens,times, etc.etc.)
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    Sure....here is the EXIF data.

    Make Nikon
    Model NIKON D300
    Flash Used No
    Focal Length 42 mm
    Exposure Time 4.00 sec
    Aperture f/11
    ISO Equivalent 400
    Metering Mode center weighted (2)
    Exposure Program manual (1)

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    Re: Smith Rock Panorama

    Very impressive image Roman! I love that area of Oregon. I've ridden my motorcycle thru there several times and thought that whole Bend, Redmond, Sisters, Prineville area would be a great place to retire. I hope to get back down there this summer for another motorcycle trip, so I'll have to look for this place. Might have to trying carrying something more than my little Canon G10 with me on the next trip.

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    Thanks Gary, If your coming up from Bend, go through Redmond till you see the (VERY) small town of Terrebonne. Look for the brown park sign on the right (east side of the road) just after the gas station. Its about 3 miles back from the main road and it is paved all the way. Happy motoring.

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    It's lovely, but I cannot enjoy the entire photograph all at once because it's too wide for my 24" monitor. Would it be possible to post a little bit smaller version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokengirl View Post
    It's lovely, but I cannot enjoy the entire photograph all at once because it's too wide for my 24" monitor. Would it be possible to post a little bit smaller version?
    Sorry about that. Here you go!



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    Quote Originally Posted by RomanJohnston View Post
    Playing with files I have in my archives. Found this pano that I threw together. I have so darned many images to go through...at this pace it will take me a few years....but darned me...I keep going out and shooting more.....lol.



    Roman
    This is stunning. Great light and depth of field. Was this a panoramic stitch, or just a crop from one image? If it was a stitch,how many did you end up compositing?

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