PanoMax

PanoMax

Lives in Canada Edmonton, Canada
Works as a Retired
Joined on May 20, 2016

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  • Replied in Ancient Forest
    Spent the latter part of this week recording the majesty of the Ancient cedar Forest north of McBride, BC.  All shots uploaded at full size from the DP3 Merrill
  • Been there years back.  Not nearly as impressive as what we have in BC... and hardly a stone's throw away.  From my place in Alberta, it's at least a 2-3 day drive...plus all the border hassels.
  • Currently on an extended road trip through Alberta and BC, I made several stops at the Ancient Forest between McBride and Prince George, BC.  Some of the world's biggest cedars thrive here.  As ...
  • Thought I'd share this with you. db
  • DP3 Merrill DP3 Merrill DP3 Merrill DP3 Merrill Ahh, yes.  Gradation.  The ability to display a myriad of tones and shades of colour which in 8-bit gives a maximum of 256 shades per channel and ...
  • Replied in Ahh the FZ-50
    Details about the shot; Panorama size: 4205 megapixels (119684 x 35140 pixels) Input images: 864 (48 columns by 18 rows) Field of view: 157.4 degrees wide by 46.2 degrees high (top=25.2, bottom=-21.0)
  • Replied in Ahh the FZ-50
    This a fabulous camera with which I've created some enormous GigaPan panoramas, hundreds of them Here's one I just uploaded, displayed at just 10% of the original, which was more than 57,000 pixels ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Renoir Autumn
    Aspen trees near Grande Prairie, Alberta
    Placed 73rd in the challenge. Aspen trees near Grande Prairie, Alberta
  • Submitted a challenge entry Bales for the barn
    Hay bales near Carvel, Alberta
    Placed 41st in the challenge. Hay bales near Carvel, Alberta
  • Submitted a challenge entry August Bronze
    A field of murmuring barley rustles in the afternoon sun near Villeneuve, Alberta
    Placed 15th in the challenge. A field of murmuring barley rustles in the afternoon sun near Villeneuve, Alberta
  • I often wondered about this area...part of the vast Sahara.  Some of the images look as if they were taken on the surface of Mars, totally devoid of any life. I'll probably never get over there, so ...
  • Fantastic stitched panorama.   That's coming from one who has created more than 800 GigaPans. db
  • I often wondered how much like the sensor in the Hubble Space Telescope Wide Field Camera is to the Foveon sensor. Granted, the HST still employs CCDs as opposed to COMOS, and has a much wider ...
  • Converted from the color file in Photoline 20.02 showing the adjustments in Grey Mixer feature. Purposely uploaded at full resolution for maximum detail. Grey Mixer console , Photoline 20.02 Abraha ...
  • Replied in Easter Sunday
    Congratulations on your first post, James! And, thanks for your gracious comments.
  • Captured a couple of hours ago, these are emerging Spaghetti Squash seedlings in the kitchen. No special processing.   I tried planting plain spaghetti and vermicelli...doesn't work.  Must need a ...
  • Photographed just a couple of hours ago in the kitchen, direct sunlight.   I should have waited till the sun was more diffused by cloud cover. db
  • Excellent.  Motion blur in the butterfly, but still crisp. I love my DP3 Merrill...it's not just sharpness, it's clarity . Look at this cropped portion of the leaf I posted yesterday: Spider's silk db
  • I feel for you, Larry Just like us up here in Alberta. In the last 10 days we've had close to a foot of snow...but most of it's melted now. Farmers are anxious to get out into their fields to start ...
  • Replied in abalone
    Absolutely exquisite .   No other words can describe it. "Merrillization" ...  perhaps. This is the camera-lens combination I'm hoping to have shortly for recording my GigaPan panoramas.  I had ...
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