La Gran Via, Hat Store

Picture by andres_cl73


  • 2175
  • 11
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  • June 29, 2012
  • Canon A590
  • Embedded
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number 3,-1,0,+1,+3
  • Editing Software Photomatix Pro
  • File Format JPEG
  • Notes
hat store hat store villarrica after rain rainy day

10 Comments

29 Jun 02:56
andres_cl73

Dear Mentors: This one was a hard one to get. There were two difficulties: my camera doesn't have a wide angle lens and I couldn't step farther enough and not being run over. I took the tipical 3 EV shots of every section. From left to right were 3 sections = 9 shots to the upper and 9 more for the lower (18 shot total, "you're nuts" - my wife already said so). I took every EV set and passed it to Autopano and lately processed each large image with Photomatix. Although it's poorly composed I was happy with the result using limited resources. This is informational only not motivational to get a 10 whatsoever :D Villarrica is a beautiful place to visit and stay.

29 Jun 09:59
bjosted

Great shot. Would have been a ten without halos

29 Jun 13:00
dirk

Wow that is s lot of work! As you self described the cut at the top and also left side is a little tight. Agree with Bjorn in the halos and would try to achieve a little more sharpneds/contrast for the interior section visible through the open door. Also

29 Jun 13:10
dirk

try to mask out the wire top right corner. For less halos use the strength slider and then work with light smoothing and gamma sliders. Sorry for literal mistakes. Big fingers small keypad ;-)

29 Jun 13:24
arnie58

10 just for the effort!

29 Jun 13:29
Randall.Lohr

ten for the effort is right! I know I don't have that much patience.

29 Jun 13:44
arthakker

wow, too much work lol great shot

29 Jun 21:35
adrianay

I like the image allot but there are some halos and a blue spot over the trees

29 Jun 21:53
flipd1

I'm tired just thinking about all of the steps.

30 Jun 02:14
sherz

I certainly appreciate the effort though as mentioned the sky (particularly top right) is an issue and I'm not really convinced by the composition overall to be honest.

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