Taken with a D700, 28-300mm at 65mm, f/32, ISO 800, 8 images stitched with PTgui Pro and Processed in Lightroom 4.2 with final equivalent focal length of 18mm. This sure shows the vastness of this southwestern landscape that we spent a lot of time at during ANPAT 12.
Nice pano JD. The Sacramento Range in the distance really adds to the depth here. Can you post a larger one? Here in the panorama forum there is no limit to the length of the upload. I would suggest something around 1,800 pixels so we can see more detail. This is only 1,024 px on the long side.
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I guess I have to post it in my gallery to do that (no 1800 pixel using the regular posting tool) --I don't have the time right now...got to run, sort of behind on some chores. Hopefully I will have time to do that sometime this week-end if I can still edit the post.
Anyway, thanks for the comments. It is a flawed image in that some of the detail I had a problem with cleaning up, but as a panorama, it is a very nice image to get a sense of the expansiveness of White Sands, New Mexico. As a print, not so much success due to the detail flaws which were hard to clean up..
Charlie...thanks for the kind comment. There are some things I would do differently next time; it is amazing how I forgot in one year that I should shoot more images in a portrait mode vs. fewer in horizontal mode.