Posted on 6 May , 2012 Updated on 22 May , 2012
I normally write something, but today I’m just going to give you a picture and six words:
I am glad to be home.
This entry was posted in Photography and tagged Awesome, Beauty, Cades Cove, Landscape, Large Image, Nature, Panorama, Photography, Tennesee.
That photo is beautiful!
The scene was even more so. 🙂
I have one panaroma shot I love, I’ll post it up too 🙂
Awesome! I’d love to see it.
Thanks for the idea of putting up these shots. Too small to do justice, but not bad.
Very nice! I like them. 🙂
Cades Cove is great!
Great photo, Chris. The road cutting through the side gives a sense of endless adventure. Wide vistas are probably my favorite thing in nature.
I like them, too. 🙂
Saw your post about this on BlogCatalog – awesome shot and perfectly exposed! You should send it in to our Photo of the Day feature on http://www.letsbewild.com – would love to feature it
Sweet! I am uploading it now. 🙂
I’m not really sure if the submit form worked; my internet connection is pretty slow here at the house. Cool site, though!
Doesn’t seem to have gone through. I think there’s a 20mb size limit, but sometimes if you have a bad connection it won’t always go through either. You can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description and any links you want to go with it, like twitter, fb, 500px, flickr….
Looks like it went through this time. Thanks!
I give all the credit to the scenery. 🙂
Very nice picture you have. How did you make the panorama? Almost all of the pictures on my blog are ones that I take. I’m new into photography and still trying to figure out my camera. Here is a link to the photography section on my website http://lifesity.com/category/photography-2/
Hey, thanks! I took four pictures, overlapping each image about 25%. I used the photomerge tool in Photoshop CS6 to make the panorama; that produces a layered image with interesting edge contortions. I then cropped it and merged it to the image you see now!
I like the picture of the blossoms that you have, and nice job steadying the shot of the airplane! Did you use a tripod for that?
I just saw the part about you not using a tripod; good shot!
I’ll have to look into how to photo merge using Gimp though I really should learn to use Photoshop as well. For the airplane shot I did have to lay on my back and look up at the sky with the camera’s neck strap tight. I probably looked crazy but i got a good shot out of it. haha
I’m downloading the new Gimp; it looks like there are some pretty neat new features. Eventually I’ll buy Photoshop, but right now I have the beta of CS6, which Adobe hasn’t stopped me from using yet. 🙂
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