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    Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills

    These are the last two pans from Hocking Hills State Park, both images are 4 shot pans one in Landscape shot at 70mm and the other Portrait at 75mm both taken at the same spot and height and camera setting, I only turned the camera from one to the other, as I have an RRS L-bracket it lets me do this with ease.
    Hope I can get both image to load as I find I have trouble doing that.

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    Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills


    This is the 4 shot Landscape, I wanted to bring out the colours in the rocks and the different shades of green in the leaves. To do this I had to increase the saturation but not a lot.


    Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills

    This is the 4 shot in Portrait, because of the switch in look it now was not about the colour in the rocks as I had more fore ground and height to work with, it was now about the overall sense of the scene, about the only thing added was a medium contract curve.
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    Re: Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills

    Not crazy about the PP...the shadows are too deep.
    It's an image worthy of more work, keep at it.

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    Re: Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills

    Allan, as between the two panos, my favourite is the second. Being able to see a little past the top of the bridge definitely adds to the picture.

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    Re: Last Two Large Pans from Hocking Hills

    Seeing past the top and more foreground with the pool of water and the reflections make #2 my favorite. Having been to Hocking Hills several times I will admit that it is harder to capture well than meets the eye and you have done very well handling the very difficult situations that this location often can throw at you. Well done.

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