Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by nicklk, Jan 9, 2006.
eugene oregon FTW
cant wait for spring break
If the 2nd picture were straight it would have made it 75 percent better.
that sepia picture needs to be straigtened. Or maybe you were on a lift and thats what your eyes view was and you were going for that, I dunno.
gives me the feeling of being on a lift with the yellow tinted goggles
I actually took my goggles off and took the picture through the googgles haha!! I like it crooked because it gives alot more detail on the horizon objects, like the mountains and the clouds, the straight shot showed some skiers and directional signs I didnt want in the picture
very nice photos. i haven't seen snow in years!
Nice where are you going up from Eugene?
Nice shots, I love winter photography
Wow. I absolutely love the first two.
Quit using ricer angles on landscapes.
Willamette Pass outside of Eugene.......21" of new snow on Sunday!
1st pic is fantastic, well done.
3rd pic is good but has rather obvious seam lines, you should find what focal length of your camera gives the least distortion and shoot more frames and then resize it down. Either that or correct for the distortion in PS so that everything lines up. Also make sure your exposure remains constant (ie use manual mode) as the snow suddenly gets darker on the right... (maybe it was cloud cover though).
Thanks, ya I threw together that panaramic...here are a coupel more that I have done....I just got the camera (Olympus Stylus 800) and havent really messed with a tripod yet, just free hand so thats why they are all off kinda..
Here's my attempt at a panorama. Breckenridge Colorado.
Original panorama is 16866x1956
most of those have horribly obvious seaming, sorry to say
the last one is pretty good. not perfect, but getting there!