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Sassolungo mountain group, Val Gardena, south Tyrol, Italy
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1200x512px 720.08 KB
Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Shutter Speed
1/350 second
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Aug 8, 2013, 2:52:49 PM
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LeafyHeart's avatar
All your photos are incredible!!!! 
Panomenal's avatar
Thank you very much. :aww:
John-Peter's avatar
Great shot! The contrast, sharpness and colors are perfect. Beautiful composition!
Panomenal's avatar
Thanks a lot. Took me quite a while to get it right.
John-Peter's avatar
You're welcome :)
IllyDragonfly's avatar
Italy has so many great landscapes! :love:
DieHerzogin's avatar
Is it an HDR or how did you get all the details in it? Did you use wide-angle to catch this? looks great!
Panomenal's avatar
Thanks. This is a panorama made of 6 single vertical shots, which were stichted together in PS.
No HDR, just ordinary ajustments done in Lightroom. However I used a gradient filter to get the sky right.
DieHerzogin's avatar
6 shots? How did you get the sky so good then? When I try panoramas with sky in the background the clouds move "too fast", because they won't fit on the final picture. It looks very awesome! Congratulations for your good work :)
Panomenal's avatar
I do nothing special. It takes me about 10 seconds to take the (freehand) pictures and photoshop has a very sophisticated blending technique – why, to be exact, it doesn't blend, but creates a very intelligent mask that will prevent ghosting.
DieHerzogin's avatar
This is awesome :) Thank you for all the extra Info! :)
EmmmBeee's avatar
That's really phe/anomenal!
Sergiba's avatar
Wow! Fantastic shot! :clap:
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Kookootje's avatar
Wow! What an amazing view.
Sh1pp0K1tsune's avatar
could be the landscape of an amazingly epic game! great picture!
Panomenal's avatar
Even better - it's really out there. :D
Panomenal's avatar
so cool. thank you. :bow:
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