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Wallpapers tagged with 'Medium: Panorama'.

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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Moraine Lake Panorama by lucasjungmann
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Moraine Lake Panorama

August 7th, 2010

9-shot bracketing, 6-frame panorama, totaling 54 exposures. Combined in Photomatix and then merged in Adobe Photoshop CS5. Final color corrections in Adobe Lightroom 3 and sharpening and resizing in CS5 with the Kenko Polarizing filter.

Nikon D300s, AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 17-55mm f/2.8G IF-ED at 17mm and ISO 100. Velbon tripod, Manfrotto head.

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Calton Hill, Edinburgh by richardsim7
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Calton Hill, Edinburgh

August 24th, 2010

An HDR panorama of Edinburgh, Scotland from Calton Hill on a beautiful summer evening. HDR tone-mapping done in Photomatix, edited in Adobe Photoshop CS5 to remove lens flare.

Nikon D5000, AF-S DX Zoom-NIKKOR 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G ED II lens, Manfrotto tripod.

55.9547943, -3.184262

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Roman Bath by onis_uk
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Roman Bath

January 23rd, 2010

An HDR panorama taken at the Roman baths in... Bath!

If you've got dual or triple monitors you should like the full resolution option :o)

Nikon D60.

High-resolution desktop wallpaper TV Room by 360icon.com
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TV Room

December 22nd, 2008

TV Room inside Edgewood Farm, built in 1902. What movies did they watch back then?

High-resolution desktop wallpaper View from Breitenstein by EMK
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View from Breitenstein

By EMK
July 2nd, 2011

This shot is made of 5 HDR images, each made of 7 exposures. When i was hiking up to the "Breitenstein", near "Wendelstein", in the Bavarian Alps, i had to photograph this nice panorama!

I wanted to call it "can you see your hometown", but in the single screen version you cannot see any hometowns, so i called it "View from Breitenstein".

Nikon D700, Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70mm f/2,8.

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Theaterplatz Dresden by dhfotos
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Theaterplatz Dresden

March 10th, 2010
A high dynamic range (HDR) panorama of the Dresdner Hofkirche, the Residenzschloss and the Zwinger. It's a part of a 360-panorama that took me twelve hours to create.

Canon EOS 50D, EF-S 17-85, Stitch (Hugin), HDR (Qtpfsgui), Finish (Adobe Lightroom).

51.053678, 13.736063

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Amazing Amalfi Coast! by giaco1
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Amazing Amalfi Coast!

July 12th, 2012

A beautifull shot of Positano, made with three 21-megapixel vertical photos; the result is a huge 60-megapixel panorama of the amazing Amalfi coast!

Adobe Photoshop CS5.

Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM.

Map: 40.6267, 14.4792

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Artist Point at Sunset by Jeff Stys
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Artist Point at Sunset

December 28th, 2013

Lower Yellowstone Falls as seen from Artist Point at sunset on July 9th, 2013. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park is an incredible sight.

Artist Point was so by named Frank Jay Haynes who incorrectly this spot along the south rim as the location from which Thomas Moran sketched the lower falls in 1872. Those sketches were later determined to have been made from the north rim of the canyon, but the name stuck.

Shot as a vertical panorama at six levels of exposure (0.25 sec to 8 sec).

Adobe Photoshop CC.

Nikon D700, Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 ZF.2.

Photo Settings: 100mm, f/16, ISO 200.

Map: 44.7211, -110.4794