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  • Sherbrooke Forest pano

    4 shots. One click merge in LR.

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  • #2
    G'day mate

    As a pano lover - it's great mate !
    cc if I may ... the WB looks a tad blueish

    Phil
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    • K1W1
      K1W1 commented
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      Thanks. Yes I am getting that a bit from this camera. I have checked the setting and they all look okay. I did have a polariser on the lens but I have also had a bit towards blue without that. I might wander back and try the same shot with a different camera/lens combo and no polariser.

    • K1W1
      K1W1 commented
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      I just had a second thought. I'm getting touch of blue on hot humid days in the forest - the forest in the "Blue Dandenongs"!
      In certain weather conditions the Dandenong Ranges and other areas with Mountain Ash do have a blue appearance from a distance, it's something to do with the eucalyptus oil evaporating into the atmosphere from the tree leaves. I'm sticking with the "this is the camera capturing the natural phenomenon" argument. :-)

    • Ozzie_Traveller
      Ozzie_Traveller commented
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      G'day mate

      When I am out in locations like this, I flick WB from 'cloudy' to 'shady' to see colour differences (coz I'm shooting in JPG mode too), but on rare occasions I press the WB adjust button and move the pointer left or right / blue or red / as needed
      Phil

  • #3
    Today is a little overcast and foggy so I added some. Saves going out and getting wet!

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    • #4
      Beautiful soft light. Very nice indeed and I think the colour is OK.
      Alan W

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