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All images in this gallery (except those otherwise indicated) are © David Ian Wilson. Some rights reserved. Please contact davidianwilson{at}telitec{dot}com regarding commercial licensing. Current Cameras: Canon EOS 60D + Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Canon EOS 650D + Canon 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS USM Canon EOS 400D + Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS II Fuji X20 Formerly: Kodak Instamatic (original metal version), Fed 4L, Yashica Electro 35CC, Pentax K1000, Pentax ME super, Olympus XA. Olympus C-1400L, Canon Powershots A40, A95, A620, A650is

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YS* Repin painted that way sometimes - just field, horizon and sky - everlasting combination! From Russia with love! Andrey

Merci norman

Just lucky being in the right place at the right time with the last rays of the sunset.

Thanks Austin

Interesting point which I hadnt thought of. I know the file size has to come in under 10Mb but I hadn't thought of pixels. I know the JPEG format has a pixel size limit but Ive forgotten what it is.

As regards the image - I gave it plenty of overlap between the frames, and shot at f8, which I know from tests I ran when I bought the lens, is Canon's 17-85mm zoom lens 'sweet spot'.

I think the sharpening on this Hi-Res version is just about right for viewing at 1:1. On the smaller version it's slightly over the top.

Beautiful sculptures and nice capture!

Cheers, Lotfi

Clive, It is deeply annoying that twice now, a long responce to you has failed to upload. I see however that you have deleted your previous comments, so I shall do likewise.

спуск на канатке в Чимгане:)

"I'll have a more extensive look at your portfolio, one of these days. Robert."

Thanks, But dont expect too much as I am inveterate snapper and don't take photography as seriously as you do. I do admire people who do take it seriously, but personally I'm too lazy and too much of a dilettante. Many of the photos were taken for purely personal reasons and I don't expect them to hold much attraction for other people.

I agree with you about BIG panos.. unlike ordinary photos panos can also be enjoyed on a different level, crawling through the detail, much as one would enjoy the Bayeaux tapestry, walking along it at a viewing distance of about 2 feet.(have you ever seen it? surprisingly small on the vertical scale) Some of the purists on the Panoramio forum do not share this view.


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