<< Previous Next >>

Talus Lake pano

Talus Lake pano
Photo Information
Copyright: Tim Epp (BillyGoat) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 257 W: 28 N: 899] (4827)
Genre: Monera
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-08-29
Categories: Mountain
Camera: Konica Minolta DiMAGE Z5
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-05-14 23:55
Viewed: 3959
Points: 14
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This one was quite a difficult pano to get right in the post processing, since with the Dimage Z5, the hue was off, the exposure wasn't correct, and I had to end up adding more sky to the photo on the left in order for the pano stitch to keep the mountians from being cut off at the top.
After a good hour or so of fiddling around with it I got this. You can see the shadow of my wife in the far lower right corner.

bobair has marked this note useful
Only registered TrekNature members may rate photo notes.
Add Critique [Critiquing Guidelines] 
Only registered TrekNature members may write critiques.
ThreadThread Starter Messages Updated
To SunToucher: re: talus lake panoBillyGoat 1 05-17 22:33
You must be logged in to start a discussion.

Critiques [Translate]

Hi Tim,
Outstanding landscape!
I really like all the details seen here and the sharpness of the image.
You had a great lighting and lot of DOF.
I think it's very good the wide composition made.
I like a lot the game of light/shadows here!
Congratulations and thanks for share it.
My best regards,

ooooh... nice!!! You did a great job of stitching and fussing with this image. it is just wonderful and so dramatic. Even your wife's shadow has drama to it. I just love the light and depth of focus. A++

Evelynn : )

Hello Tim,
Incredible lighting you have captured here with the Crags! Excellent D/F and exposure, as well as the stitch...
You may have wanted to move the lens a little to the right and take out some of the dark mountain to the left, even though the rock on the right is dominant, the scene would have been better balanced.

Hey Tim...I like the outcome of the postwork. Those darker shades seem fine to me. The colours are right on. I know the small size does not do it justice, but I like it. Good feature having your wife there too.

Hi Tim,
your photos taken up north in the Yukon serve to peak my interest in the area.There is a stark beauty to this area of Canada and you have the knack for showing that beauty.This photo as presented is fine in every way and your time spent making the adjustments well worth your effort, so thanks for this one. Bob

Hi Tim,
Normally a shadow of a person in a landscape is something one would like to avoid. But in this case, I think it works as a very good size reference. This way I realize how huge this place is. The rocks aren't rock but boulders, the mountains are very high and the lake seems to be huge as well. I really like the panorama view of this wonderful area where the massive mountains, the limited ray of colors and the late evening sun make for a amazing view. Am I correct, that I see some tents on the other side of the lake?

Hi Tim.
Great dramatic landscape. Great colour. Great light. Really well done.
Regards, Steve.

Calibration Check