Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by ptolemyx, Aug 18, 2013.
Two-image panorama taken with the E-M5 and 12-35 (the only lens I took on this trip).
Different PP and crop. Opinions?
the first one for me!
Here's what it looked like 5 minutes later. This is 10,000 feet above sea level.
I've got a series of the Haleakala sunrise that I took last summer. I got some good shots, but it was freezing cold in June, with gale force winds. Looks like I should have tried for sunset instead.
for me the third one is the best, but that wasn't a choice
The first two are the same set of images; only the PP is different.
I think I like the third best as well.
I read somewhere that the sunrise is pretty brutal, which is why we went for the sunset.
It was still cold up there... relative to sea level, at any rate. And as soon as the sun was gone, it started getting colder fast. We got out of there and back to the beach ASAP.
Man, I wish I was still there.
Here's one of the crater. Not the best stitch in the world...
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