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Yo, KC!!! Thanks for all the compliments and very good to hear from you! I use to keep up with all my fav Pano-peeps ... seems like I haven't seen anything from you in the longest. But just this morning I get a flurry of uploads from Connecticut of all damn places. Are you visiting family?

Quite a story as well as quite an image Kevin. Great stuff.

I had an auntie that looked like this.

I did the same Kevin. Then I discovered that the very slightest puff of a breeze set the flower vibrating in the minutest motion, and ruined the picture. What was needed was four panes of glass to surround the flower and shelter it entirely from any of the slightest air movement at all.

Nice one Kevin. It all balances.

Sehr gut l+f deine Galerie gefällt mir. herzlichen Gruß Andreas

Thank you for taking a look-see.. Herb'..... and your kind words.... yes these reservoirs are well worth a visit...would have been better with a little sunshine !... and plenty of meandering footpaths threading their way through the foliage too......'Seasonal Greetings' to you too.... keep well... Cheers from Dave.


Ken Fowkes, Yep, and its a very laborious process. I use Tony Kuyper's action panel (version 3) for luminosity masking. That tool has a feature for generating 10 zone masks. I use those masks for isolating the tones I want to pull through or mask out.



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