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Love this picture!

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Perfect symmetry.
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Went down to the coast for some storm watching yesterday morning...







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Very cool effect, I see you read WIRED, page 056, Oct 2007.
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Went down to the coast for some storm watching yesterday morning...
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Are those cows in the foreground? I wonder what this would have looked like with a 2-second shutter.
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Some more from France:
I wonder if a medium contrast B/W would have given these more drama?

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And some...more..
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On the other hand, too bad you couldn't punch up the red on the red delivery truck in the middle of black and white cars on a gray day.
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Thank you for the kind words, but I don't think I'll go there wrt hi-res imagery.
Also you violated one of the big rules of this thread;
Rule #3. "Please do not quote other peoples' images. If you want to comment on someone's image, quote them but delete the image URL."

Sorry about that, sometimes I just feel like a dick, maybe it's the two days of rain, or listening to Bush' press conference.
While I do observe the rule, I chose to oversee it because of the nature of my request that I wanted a high-resolution copy of that picture, and if I had taken out the link then copius amounts of discussion are to ensue which isn't the point of this thread. Plus it's such a nice picture that I beleive it should be shown twice . Really that rule is generally aimed for people who quote half a page of images just to say: "nice". I emplore its use as more of a guideline then rule. Violated seems rather brute, but whatever tickles your fancy is fine by me. Sorry for hijacking this thread temporarily.
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A little sample of my photography in low-res.











There's higher-res pictures on my Flickr account.
http://flickr.com/photos/13984834@N07/

What do you guys think of them?

These were all take with an Canon Powershot S3 IS.
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While I do observe the rule, I chose to oversee it because of the nature of my request that I wanted a high-resolution copy of that picture, and if I had taken out the link then copius amounts of discussion are to ensue which isn't the point of this thread. Plus it's such a nice picture that I beleive it should be shown twice . Really that rule is generally aimed for people who quote half a page of images just to say: "nice". I emplore its use as more of a guideline then rule. Violated seems rather brute, but whatever tickles your fancy is fine by me. Sorry for hijacking this thread temporarily.

Nice...
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the boldest fall colors are the best

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Fall in MA
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Beautiful colors Towert!

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I'm always up for a trade. You post up a 5mp copy of your "Alps" and I'll do the same with mine.
I wish I could post/make a higher resolution image. Unfortunatly, my laptop is the only PC I have and it's far from powerful enough to allow me working on/stitching that image in full size or anywhere near it.
A slightly larger version is available on www.iamrik.com.

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So, now it comes down to bootleggin' photography. Times are rough.
This is actually a very real thing. I have had imagery (digital drawings) stolen and misused before. While it's slightly flattering, in the end it's mostly a pain since someone else is taking credit for your work. Getting the images removed is even harder, though luckily at the time the person who was hosting my site had good connections with a legal department which gave me free support. I think one or two sites still are using my images without permission (One that I can remember is http://www.novahorizon.com/, who modified an image of mine for their header. At least they were so kind to mention my name on the site in the footer. I have never been contacted by the sites owner though.). I fully understand the reasoning behind being hesitant of posting a large image.

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Yes indeed, quite.....I can't think of the right word. I will never understand the mentality of people posting teeny little shots as if they're meant to convey the full impact of the image. I realise there is a limit on size, but external linking of any size isn't limited.

The worst offenders are those guys on deviantart, but misuse of images got to be a problem there, so they have a very good reason.

edit: Oh and digitalmind, please, pretty please? Even better would be that picture taken at Narbonne .
I do think I have a larger version of the Narbonne photo. Gimme a couple minutes.

Edit: Here's a 1600x1200 version.
If you need something else, just shout. Can't go any bigger unless you don't mind excessive grain / sharpening. Unfortunatly, the only wideangle lens I had at the time was the 18-55mm kit lens which isn't sharp.
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Fall in MA
I concur, great color. But I can't help but wonder what the colors would have looked like with the sun shining from behind the leaves, f-stopped down a half a click. On the way to work I turned the corner and there was a row of maples in the median with the morning sun behind, the trees looked like they were on fire.

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Beautiful colors Towert!

I wish I could post/make a higher resolution image. Unfortunatly, my laptop is the only PC I have and it's far from powerful enough to allow me working on/stitching that image in full size or anywhere near it.
A slightly larger version is available on www.iamrik.com.
This is actually a very real thing. I have had imagery (digital drawings) stolen and misused before. While it's slightly flattering, in the end it's mostly a pain since someone else is taking credit for your work. Getting the images removed is even harder, though luckily at the time the person who was hosting my site had good connections with a legal department which gave me free support. I think one or two sites still are using my images without permission (One that I can remember is http://www.novahorizon.com/, who modified an image of mine for their header. At least they were so kind to mention my name on the site in the footer. I have never been contacted by the sites owner though.). I fully understand the reasoning behind being hesitant of posting a large image.
digitalmind: fawgetaboutit, I was bluffing, my original stitched image is only 554K and it was taken with a 4MP camera. I think it might be the Canon program I'm using because all my panoramas are "medium" resolution. Plus I don't have a Flickr acct or personal webpage, and I'm digitally inept and html-illiterate to boot. You should have "Called" instead of "Folded."

fwiw I'm using a humble 800mhz Powerbook G4 Ti.
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Post Your Panorama


Oakland Coliseum, 2004, Photostitch 3.1
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