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Interesting shot but who took the picture?
 

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Great image.

I must go there some day.
 

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Howdeeeeee!
 

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Interesting shot but who took the picture?
I did. I set the shot up, had camera set for 3 bracketed shots and took the shots with my Yongnuo wireless remote. Then when I got back to the camera I took a bunch of 3 bracketed shots to end up giving me a nice wide panorama. Taking lots of pics allowing people in the shot to move around so I end up with no one but me and the horse in the picture. I highly recommend the Yongnuo triggers, just $35 for a pair.

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That’s a neat shot.
 

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G'day mate

Very good - some very smart planning too - well done :)

Phil
 

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G'day mate

Very good - some very smart planning too - well done :)

Phil
Ive done a few panoramas and landscapes with people in it. Just keep taking shots. Even a hundred if you have to. Camera has to be on a tripod. Then when someone moves take a shot. Keep doing it until you have enough background that you can virtually eliminate all the people by simply erasing them out. Of course the only problem with spending too much time might be shadows moving. But a few minutes is no problem.
 

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I think in all honesty I'd prefer the shot without you and the horse in it.

Needs a bit more space up top and softeright but otherwise fine
 

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I think in all honesty I'd prefer the shot without you and the horse in it.

Needs a bit more space up top and softeright but otherwise fine
I have the same shot but without the horse and me. But to be honest with you I didnt take the photo with you in mind. Its my souvenir of a great trip.
 

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One other thing. The photo I posted is just a small, very small part of a much larger panorama. MyJohnFordPanoEgoLR.jpg
 
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