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The Dales Awakening

By Nick_w      
Sorry I haven't been on EPZ all week due to work. I will try to see what you've been upto later. Tho I think my time on EPZ over the next month will be limited for the same reason, shame really just got the bug back !

Thanks to all at the Derbyshire mini meet last weekend, good to see you all. Not much in the way of any worthwhile images, hope you had better, again I will have a look later.

This is from a few weeks back - another Pano but different perspective - hope it doesn't get lost in the thumbs. (Ptgui stitch of 6 images)

As it a true pano Please view large

How does this one look Paul Wink

Tags: General Landscape and travel

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StevenPrice 11 30 2 England
3 Apr 2009 9:19AM
very nice work Nick.

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DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
3 Apr 2009 9:21AM
Well my names not Paul but it looks good to me ... in fact I thought from the thumbnail that it was a Sut68 Special. It's subtle rather than whizz-bang which suits me fine.
GrahamNobles 8 9 4 England
3 Apr 2009 9:22AM
Got to hit this one with an award straight off. A wonderful image.
Well done.
Graham
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
3 Apr 2009 9:28AM
wow..Thanks Graham much appreciated and thanksS teven &Dave - I'm starting to pull back on the whizz bang I was getting a bit tired of over saturation.
Angi_Wallace 8 172 10 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2009 9:31AM
Superb composition, such a lovely image. Angi
Buffalo_Tom Plus
10 2.3k 9 Wales
3 Apr 2009 9:34AM
Excellent pano Nick.Well composed.
Tom.
pmorgan 9 217 13 England
3 Apr 2009 9:37AM
Spot on this one Nick, I'm sure Paul will agree!

Rgds
Paul(not that one)
3 Apr 2009 9:51AM
WOW, great comp and colours.
Scott
maryg 8 66 18 Scotland
3 Apr 2009 9:52AM
Caught my eye right away so didn't get lost in the thumbs.Really liked this a superb panoramic image .
Mary
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
3 Apr 2009 10:04AM
As a pano it does look good mate and it's been well stitched, possibly not as sharp as I might've expected in the large version but that's only a minor thing though.

As I wasn't there I can't comment on how representative of the conditions it was, but my eye struggles a little with the light patch of mist right in the middle of the shot ... I'm assuming that it was like that but it just seems to stand out a little, though not unduly so.

Good work though, don't get me wrong, I'm just nitpicking mate - you wouldn't expect owt less would you? Wink

Paul
gregl Plus
11 19 1 England
3 Apr 2009 10:07AM
Excellent image. Your composition and colors are spot on!
Greg
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
3 Apr 2009 10:11AM
No no problems Paul, thanks for the feedback - the mist is as it was, I think it was so bright as it cought the first rays of the sun - I actually toned it down and it didn't look quite right so reverted to the original. I don't mind nitpicking in the slightest its attention to detail - I will get there! As for the stitching I found the 24-70 much easier than the 10-20 - there were no misalignments and no obvious stitch intersections, having said that I do pay particular attention to ensuring everything is level, again thanks to a tip from you, so no I don't mind.
sut68 Plus
13 2.0k 76 England
3 Apr 2009 10:18AM
I assumed that the mist was catching the early light, you can actually make out where it dissipates and clears more to the right in the distance. The 10-20mm is not ideal for panos - unless you go more to the 20mm end, though that said, I have had a lot of success going wider Smile

Have a good weekend mate,
Paul
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
3 Apr 2009 10:24AM
Cheers Paul, it was your pano's of Crosby that inspired me to give it a try, I have done them at 10mm but you have to be spot on and often "bank" images.

Cheers

Nick
dathersmith 9 550 12 England
3 Apr 2009 11:04AM
Excellent pano Nick.

Darren.
LesF 9 182 9
3 Apr 2009 11:30AM
Your patience and dedication to doing panos is IMO paying off Nick. We both know the conditions were not the best that morning but this does represent everything about the scene as you have portrayed it.
A wonderful pano that deserves to do well.

LesF
Richsr Plus
9 91 223 England
3 Apr 2009 11:35AM
Like this as a pano Nick - some great foreground details and lovely morning tones too. Good to see some good feedback too.
Regards Richard.
Morgs 8 20 62 Wales
3 Apr 2009 12:22PM
This is a very nice letterbox image. The colours in the sky are sublime and the tree is perfectly positioned.

David
jeanie Plus
12 6.0k 6 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2009 12:34PM
Beautiful work - definitely worth opening larger.
cheesey 10 2 United Kingdom
3 Apr 2009 12:47PM
Cracking image. Nice work.
Cheesey.
Sezz Plus
11 617 15 England
3 Apr 2009 1:22PM
The large version looks fabulous to me Nick Smile

Sarah *
Nick_w 9 4.3k 99 England
3 Apr 2009 1:36PM
Thanks everyone.
3 Apr 2009 2:41PM
Beautifully done.
chase 11 1.1k 246 England
3 Apr 2009 6:19PM
Not overdone in the least Nick,nicely stitched.
MikeH 11 217 4 England
4 Apr 2009 10:44AM
Yes , the pastel colours make this for me

Mike
cassiecat 8 39 46 England
8 Apr 2009 2:28AM
very impressive.lesley

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