Misty Mountain Panorama Landscape

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Paul-Chong1"A morning view across the vast landscape of mountains in Sichuan Province, China. The valley can be seen surrounded by clouds of mist with stunning sunlight coming forth from behind the mountains."

In panorama landscape, multiple shots of the same scene is taken and digitally stitched together to form a wider landscape view. This is to create a more grandeur and complete scene of a particular scenery. Panorama landscape comes in a bigger file format and post as a bigger challenge especially for photographer to determine the same aperture and focus. However, the final outcome is usually stunning and amazing for the viewer. Here, our goal is to capture and to tell a bigger story of the nature landscape beyond what our human eyes can perceive.

Paul Chong
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Terry Thompson Photo.com

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Terry Thompson

TerryThompson150 I want to associate myself with other professionals who are interested in attracting clients who will appreciate the quality of their work.

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El Prado 87529
United States

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Michael Katz Photography

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Michael Katz

mkgormanptI've been photographing landscapes, mostly in the American West and Midwest, for nearly thirty years. As a writer I was inspired by the essays of Sigurd Olson describing the canoe country of northern Wisconsin and Minnesota, and Wallace Stegner reflecting on the West from the Canadian plains to the Grand Canyon. My interest in photography was piqued when I attended a lecture by Ansel Adams, who had just published "Yosemite and the Range of Light," and the next spring I attended a workshop at Yosemite with wildlife photographer Tupper Ansel Blake. Over the years I've attended workshops with acclaimed photographers such as Craig Blacklock, Galen Rowell, Bill Fortnoy, Keith Walklet and Tom Bol. All have given me a sense of wild lands and how they touch the human spirit, providing a context to my own discoveries.

Most of these images were shot with 35 mm cameras. The panoramics utilize a Hasselblad X-Pan II. I've stuck with film for a long time, but my traditional 35mm work will be with the Canon 5D Mark II henceforth.

I work closely with my printers at West Coast Imaging to produce the finest prints available. They employ Photoshop to apply traditional darkroom techniques -- dodging, burning, cropping, color balance and saturation -- to bring the most out of each image. Unless otherwise specified, all prints are on Fuji Crystal Archive paper.

Hopefully, my images portray the beauty and fragility of public lands that belong to all of us, and convey to others the peace and freedom I find when I put on my hiking boots and leave the road behind.

Michael Katz
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http://www.michaelkatzphotography.com

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Santa Monica
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Panorama
Fine Art

Gnip Gnop Worldwide Photography

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Doug Simonton

IMG_3657 I'm proud to report I still don't know what I want to be when I grow up so all doors and options beckon. In the real world I've cashed checks in any number of career paths (in no particular order: Filmmaking/Screenwriting, Information Technology, Banking/Finance, Commercial Photography, Corporate Consulting, blah, blah, blah...etc.). Don't take it all to mean I'm not a focused ahh...er...umm...what was I saying? Focused individual.
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Tulsa 74133
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Panorama

Canterbury Junction

Canterbury Junction
Panoramic Panorama images of the historic city of Canterbury, Kent, England. The city is dominated by its magnificent Cathedral the spire of which can be seem from many parts of the city.

RobertGreshoff

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Tim Mulholland

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20110924-_TSM0067vsmI'm a professional photographer who is always looking for new opportunities to learn, share and grow! I love to explore new environments, as well as learn new techniques to improve my photography and photo-editing. Lastly, I love to look at other photographers' portfolios for inspiration.

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5846 Tree Line DriveFitchburg, Wisconsin
53711-5829United States
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http://timmulholland.com

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tim@timmulholland.com
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Nature
Landscape
Panorama