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    Here's a pano I shot in Park Ave, Arches National Park in Utah.
    Definitely a very scenic place and lots of great photo ops.

    http://panomonium.com/ParkAvenue.html

    Hope you enjoy.

    Rob
    Today is worth two tomorrows.

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    Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

    Rob,

    thx for sharing another of your great shots. I like the place you haven chosen for the tripod, in between the sides of the valley, the possibility of the Louis XIV french view: the gate to the far away landscape. Shadows and the sunny site , nice colour. I like it..

    Could you please add your exif data. I feel it might help people thinking to buy a new lens, to get a good decision by comparing different panoramas with different equipment.

    I enjoyed Rob.

    Heinz

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    • #3
      Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

      really nice place and pano keep up the good work

      Vincèn
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      • #4
        Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

        Heinz,

        Sure thing. Shot with Canon Xsi/450D with Tokina 10-17mm 1/60th @ F10 ISO 200 and bracketed +-2.

        As an FYI I used to shoot using a Sigma F3.5 8mm fisheye but have recently added the Tokina and, in my opinion, the
        Tokina gives superior results, especially re sharpness and, as an added bonus, it is quite a bit cheaper than the Sigma 8mm.

        Cheers,
        Rob
        Today is worth two tomorrows.

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        • #5
          Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

          I believe this is some of your best work yet!
          Cheers
          Bill

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          • #6
            Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

            Thx Rob for your information.

            When I see this, I believe it was a good choice to change to Tokina 10 - 17mm. Me too, I am disappointed from the sharpness of the Sigma. I will try to set up some example that people can compare lenses.

            Might be I will change the Sigma. But first I will do some more tests.

            Cheers,

            Heinz

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            • #7
              Re: Park Ave, Arches National Park

              I have yet to hear disappointment from anyone jumping from the Sigma 8 to Tokina 10-17.
              If anyone has an old Sigma 8mm lens (Nikon or Canon) they would like to sell please contact me directly - bill-at-nodalninja-dot-com.
              Bill

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