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This is a complete re-work of an earlier version, this time using Photomatix to combine 4 RAW conversions for each of the 4 separate frames constituting this panorama.
Please give this one a chance & open the BIG image .
Taken in Autumn 2006 as a squall passed over Crummock Water & Buttermere (the latter just visible on the right).
18mm f/10 1/400 ISO200
Nicely done, superb in large..
Superb image, the colours are so vibrant & the rainbow just makes it
a very pleasing result hun. It's great
Fabulous sky in particular, the rainbow is the icing on the cake.
Wonderful wide angle view, with Grasmoor on the left and Fleetwith Pike on the right, well done.
Well worth all the work. A wee bit oversaturated perhaps?
Thanks for c&C. Pat, yes, I think, in retrospect, that the blue sky, in particular, is overdone. It's the bit I'm least pleased with since it also shows up slight haloing. However, I was going for impact this time around (c.f. previous attempt, may be more to your taste) .
Took the time and went big, WOW springs to mind, a cracker of a shot
Good work John. The light is great and it's nicely composed, with the well placed people.
I gave it a chance John..............well worth the click!!!...................cracking!!!!
Tremendous image and grand work, your dedication to getting this right is to be commended. A lot of hard work and time consuming effort. Very well done.
All the very best
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