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Large panorama landscape in the vineyards

Nicolas Claris

Administrator/Moderator
A landscape shot for Baron de Rotschild wines
152 photos stiched with Autopano Giga
The final image “natively” measures 30.50 wide x 3.50 meters high (100 feet X 10 feet) at 125 dpi.
The final HD file in.psb format weighs nearly 7 GB....
Shot with a Pentax 645Z and 300mm

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Nicolas Claris

Administrator/Moderator
You've certainly mastered the technique. Looking forward to some other landscapes done this way.
Thanks Peter,
I don't do this kind of job that often.
However I did one for the same client 2 years ago (or was that 3 years ago?) same idea but different place of course and "only" 99 pics.
I'll dig as I think I did post it in OPF at that time…
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
A landscape shot for Baron de Rotschild wines
152 photos stiched with Autopano Giga
The final image “natively” measures 30.50 wide x 3.50 meters high (100 feet X 10 feet) at 125 dpi.
The final HD file in.psb format weighs nearly 7 GB....
Shot with a Pentax 645Z and 300mm

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Nicolas,

In commercial work like this, would you consider replacing the sky or adding a cart piled with grapes, or else some birds flying past, for example, or must you always tell the exact truth of what was there?

Asher
 

Nicolas Claris

Administrator/Moderator

Nicolas,

In commercial work like this, would you consider replacing the sky or adding a cart piled with grapes, or else some birds flying past, for example, or must you always tell the exact truth of what was there?

Asher
In that kid of shot(s) simplicity is (my) rule.
Why adding birds or cart filled with grape? The scenery is beautiful enough.
The truth as nothing to do here! A lot of electricity pylons, a water tower, electric cables and a car (red!) and a whole house have been removed...
The asphalt road has been replaced by a dirt road.
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
In that kid of shot(s) simplicity is (my) rule.
Why adding birds or cart filled with grape? The scenery is beautiful enough.
The truth as nothing to do here! A lot of electricity pylons, a water tower, electric cables and a car (red!) and a whole house have been removed...
The asphalt road has been replaced by a dirt road.
Nicolas,

It’s a great rule!

So like me you feel zero inhibition to remove distractions. I like that. Amazingly creative to put in a dirt track instead of an asphalt road!

I even concede to the lack of our fellow or young woman with grapes.

Still, must it be so simple as to have not a single cloud. Is there any French custom of clearing the sky of clouds?

For sure, an English scene would have had both clouds and either horses, sheep or a dog, LOL!

Asher
 
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