Jangbu

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  1. If you purchase an ITunes gift card at a local shop, you should be able to use it to purchase AP from the App Store.
  2. Thanks Garry. An author friend under contract to write a book about garden features wanted an overall view of the structure of this parterre for reference. I'll return in the spring to duplicate the panorama when the gardens are fully planted and blooming. Here are the 3 original photos.
  3. Alas, the growing season is over, but the panorama persona nicely stitched three raw frames taken hand-held while standing on a park bench @ Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, CT. Straightened some verticals (18mm wide angle lens) and did some minor tone work and sharpening.
  4. Stunning work (all around).
  5. Lovely capture!
  6. Thanks for your kind words Jer.
  7. Thank you Greets Dieter.
  8. Used selection brush to select dragonfly together with foreground flower. Applied slight curves & clarity adjustments. Inverted selection and applied curves & gaussian blur (to tame graininess) adjustments to background.
  9. Many thanks Zevram.
  10. Thank you Aeros4.
  11. Thank you Charlychuck.
  12. Thanks Kodiak.
  13. Didn't realize quite what I had captured until I downloaded the file...
  14. Ah, Kodiak I see that the broad use of the term "effective focal length" is a pet peeve of yours. By providing some context ("in proportion to the smaller APS-C sensor") I thought it was clearly understood that the reach of the lens was not magically increased. Because life is short, we have to pick and choose among the fights to engage in. You have chosen yours, and I wish you unqualified success. ;)
  15. Hi Kodiak 1. On a full-frame sensor camera, the zoom would have a focal length range of 70-200mm. The same lens produces a 1.5X larger image in proportion to the smaller APS-C (crop frame) sensor in my camera. 2. No thinking at all, really. Just liked the way a small saturation boost looked. BTW, I've enjoyed your nature photographs.