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On 12/22/2023 at 1:03 PM, Reciprocity said:

This was a 6 frame vertical orientation stitch with heavy overlap using my M10 and 35mm 1.4 FLE shot for a magazine article on Colorado Scenic Byways from Grand Mesa in the Fall of 2018. It ran across two pages as the lead image.

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Taken on a cycle ride through Tokyo yesterday, just south of Tsukiji. My Mac mini groans under the load of such images. Cropped from three vertically-aligned shots from the M10R + 35 Summicron IV

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A local walk on limestone - the trees are ash (which have suffered terribly from the die-back disease that has hit this species across the UK).

M10-R - Summilux 50 m Asph II - two horizontal images stitched in LR Classic.

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The great city of Verona, taken a few years ago from the hill overlooking the city. My hands became increasingly numb with the cold, and I remember I lost my favourite pair of earphones while I was up there (Etymotic ER-4s)

M10 + Zeiss Biogon 21 f2.8

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One of the things that is really interesting is that that the excellent stitching functionality in LR Classic now makes it feasible to consider a 50mm lens as a viable stand-alone lens for landscape work.  With the new close focus 50 lux, I can concentrate on detail, "natural" field of view images and (using software) wide or panoramic shots.  Evidence below:

M10-R + 50mm lux II stitched from two landscape images in LR Classic Desktop.

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This is a simple cropped pano of a two minute exposure in Venice. I wanted to capture the calmness of the water as the day disappeared into dusk.

I have decided to reprocess some of my older shots (this is from 2017) to take advantage of improvements in LR. Not sure if there are many improvements, tbh, but it gives me a reason to look back at some old photos.

M10 ;+ 50 Summilux ASPH 

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This is a heavily-processed stitch of two photos taken with the M240-P and 35 Summicron IV, which I then put through an HDR program called Aurora. Was pleased with the result, even if it looks a bit OTT on the sky.

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Church ruin in the blue hour, merged from 10 images – five images in two rows. 

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M10, 35mm Summilux pre-ASPH v2

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On 2/4/2024 at 11:37 PM, evikne said:

Church ruin in the blue hour, merged from 10 images – five images in two rows. 

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M10, 35mm Summilux pre-ASPH v2

Which software?  I've never tried 2 rows of images!  lovely image.

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27 minutes ago, chris_tribble said:

Which software?  I've never tried 2 rows of images!  lovely image.

Thanks! LR Classic. I just took ten quick handheld shots with a couple of seconds between each image. As long as you make sure that all images overlap a bit, it usually works really well.

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The Imperial Palace moat at Nijubashimae, Tokyo. 

M10R + 28 Elmarit ASPH

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