Another great shot. You live in a nice area. I like the opening part very much, impressive mountainside, blue sky, lighted and shadowed areas, very good place. Did you uses bracketing?
Turning around 180°, wow, my first thought was:"looks a bit like great canyon". Big rocks departed by deep valleys. Interesting zooming in, the villages near by and those deeper in the valleys, the view through the clouds, brilliant.
You know to be at a great place in the right moment.
And a very good demonstration of the 14-24 Nikkor lens. Though taking some more time to shoot, it offers a great result compared to 4 or 6 around. One of my favorites too. Because this is the pre-opening of the winter season we are eager to see the next shots of the coming winter.
Thx for sharing Vincen.
no bracketing (that's definitively something I need to learn really when I have a little time, next century probably
Few more in the pipe soon
Thanks for your comments,
and an other one on same slope, little garbage with cables of chairlift I need to correct !
Flash version here: http://www.skivr.com/?p=853
New pano done last week but weather was not so nice so not very happy with results (thanks to Heinz for settings of D90 with 14-24 Lens
Little planet view:
Flash version on that link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=890
nice work Vincèn - as usual - love the little planet. Gee you need to put on a coat when viewing - brrr.
Now if only we can get you to put you into one of your ski panos.
ps - thanks for posting on Nodal Ninja Flickr Group
a new old pano (shot one year ago but forgot it among all panos yet to stitch shot at 7 Laux as usual near arrival of ski lift Les Loups with nice view on Chartreuse, Vercors, and far beyond in the bottom Grenoble
Chanterelle en Little Planet by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
Chanterelle by Vincèn PUJOL - SkiVR, on Flickr
Flash interactive version on this link: http://www.skivr.com/?p=894
this are all excellent panoramas Vincèn.
Hey you should try doing snow shots from different perspectives - like folks getting on and off chair lifts, from the chair lift itself, lunch time at top of the mountain, ground level panos, pole panorama right up into the giant wheels that pull the cables etc. And another idea for you is to do a virtual tour of slope where the hot spots take you further and further down the slope.
Keep up the chilling work
Thanks for all suggestions, will post here one I succeed to do :) For chairlift one might be difficult !