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Re: [OM] (OT) A Few From Acadia National Park

Subject: Re: [OM] (OT) A Few From Acadia National Park
From: Bob Whitmire <bwhitmire@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 17:07:36 -0400
Y'know, that's 24mm. <g> Maybe I should have deployed the 21?

There was a huge northeaster the night before that shifted a lot of  
sand around. The sand wall along the "creek" isn't usually anywhere  
near that high. But I take your point. Maybe the next time I'm there  
I'll be of a mind to try a pano. It really is a spectacular place,  
especially when it isn't crawling with tourists.

--Bob Whitmire
www.bwp33.com




On Oct 28, 2009, at 2:26 PM, Chuck Norcutt wrote:

> Well, maybe a pano was the wrong word.  Wider field of view in a  
> single
> frame but maybe cropped if too much sky.
>
> Chuck Norcutt
>
> Bob Whitmire wrote:
>> Like the man said, always leave them wanting more. I'm just not up to
>> panos yet. Still trying to get things right in one frame, never  
>> mind a
>> bunch. <wink>
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