FZ200 and a very big image!

Started Jan 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
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NoRules Senior Member • Posts: 1,448
FZ200 and a very big image!

So, you are out walking one beautiful winter morning, and you see a mountain, a nice mountain lake, some low clouds, sunshine, and you think, that could be a realy nice picture, but, oh no!  You have left your $30.000 medium format DSLR at home, the 20kg tripod is in the car, and the x1000 ND B+W filter broke in your pocket when you was attacked by a moose. Darn! How to get rid of those water ripples now?

You pick out your FZ200 from that little National Geographic canvas bag, steady your hand, put on the optical stabilizer, and using burst mode, take 6 bursts of 11 RAW images, 66 images in total, lying on the ice, holding on with your teeth

Safe at home, you stack them in Photoshop, and make yourself a 7000x10.000 pixel file, that your agent will sell for a trunk of cash. Yeah!

Ok. It was not so dramatic, and I have not done any PP on noise and sharpness and CA.

Warning! The link is to the 13MB jpg file (reduced from 450MB), so some artifacts and noise have crept inn. Below is a small version.


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