PESO - Pinnacles Pano

Tom C cakaltm at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 13:33:43 EDT 2009


I was going to say it looks like the view is from up above.  It looks
like a fascinating area and I immediately thought I'd take a shot with
either a wide angle up close to several pinnacles showing multiple
others receding into the distance, or use a telephoto the same way,
'stacking' a foreground formation and bringing a number of distant
pinnacles closer in. Or maybe even just a shot at ground level, with a
Stonehenge like effect.

Brian, can you go back and do that for us?  You're a lot closer. :-)

On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 12:25 PM, Ken Waller <kwaller at peoplepc.com> wrote:
> Nicely done but with the Pinnacles being the point of interest, the
> foreground brush is distracting.
>
> Kenneth Waller
> http://www.tinyurl.com/272u2f
>
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brian Walters" <supera1000 at fastmail.fm>
>
> Subject: PESO - Pinnacles Pano
>
>
>> G'day all
>>
>> I still have a lot to learn about doing successful panoramas but here's
>> one I took on my recent trip in Western Australia.  Not sure the
>> foreground foliage helps.
>>
>> http://www.blognow.com.au/PESO/171144/The_Pinnacles.html
>>
>> This is a pretty small version.  A larger one (500k) is here:
>>
>> http://dl.getdropbox.com/u/1370864/__IGP3073-3075pano.jpg
>>
>>
>> Comments, criticisms gratefully received...
>>
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Brian
>>
>> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
>> Brian Walters
>> Western Sydney Australia
>> http://members.westnet.com.au/brianwal/SL/
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