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Val d'Orcia, Tuscany. M10-R + 24mm lux

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On 10/20/2021 at 3:29 AM, nodrog said:

Another cropped pano, this one from 2011, taken in Kanda, Tokyo

M9 + 35mm Summicron v4

Nodrog, please stop to post photos taken with Cron 35mm IV.😅 I'm falling in love with its rendering... But I must realize and admit that those photos are great mostly because of your knowledge regarding color science and abundance of photographic skills.

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ZM21/2.8, 2 shots the Bridge at Ponte da Barca, Portugal

(yeah I'm not very good at panos!)

 

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Ok I thought I'd have another crack at a pano, I could see myself using it more frequently... well if I ever learn to do it without it looking a bit shit...

Probably better than the one I posted yesterday.... this one is 4 shots, summarit 35, wide open ISO 6400!

 

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In case you're wondering.... my kid had a birthday party to attend today and it turned out to be in this really old, really big building with some of the fixtures and fittings being very old! It was very cool!

 

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Testing the panorama crop with the M10R and Tele-Elmar 135/4. I think this combo has potential.

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Had another crack at a pano... 4 shots this time (lux 50 asph)

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A vertical pano with three images taken at the Hallgrimskirkja church in Reykjavik, Iceland with my M10 and 50mm Summicron Collapsible

1/125 sec | f/11 | iso 100

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A horizontal pano of four images at the Dyrhólaey Lighthouse in Iceland taken with my M10 and 50mm Summicron Collapsible.

1/180 sec | f/11 | iso 200

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The Lafayette (California) Reservoir on a cloudy day. Six-shot stitched pano. M10M, Summicron 28mm, orange (maybe red) filter (don't remember). 

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Broken record that I am, I was here again tonight to catch the sunset at the local riverside. Nice cloud formations. 

M10R + 28 Elmarit ASPH

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