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Old 04-12-2018   #1
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First attempts at shooting panos with a drone. HDR helped with DR especially at night...

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Both are excellent! I think they're equally great and like seeing them together.

I hope you share more photos from your drone. It's a fascinating new way to see terrain.
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fascinating.

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Thanks for the feedback So Cal and Chuck. The sensor is a little small on it so I had to keep the ISO down on the nite shot, it was at 200. I threw away all the ones at 400, way to noisy.
And I agree, I like the different perspectives from up there...
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Wonderful and creative shot. Given the "see something, say something" culture we have today, and the subject matter of this shot, it's surprising you didn't have some guys in dark suits coming to talk to you.
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Wonderful and creative shot. Given the "see something, say something" culture we have today, and the subject matter of this shot, it's surprising you didn't have some guys in dark suits coming to talk to you.
LOL, they may have if they could have found me. I drove into a field that was kinda out of view...
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2 great shots, very impressive.
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Thanks Alf...


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