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With the addition of the 24 TSE to my arsenal, I've been wanting to make more panos and be creative with shots from the Palouse. Having lived here for almost two years, I find it relatively easy to go out with my 70-200 or 400 and find a nice spot or two. I'm not saying I'm always hitting homeruns, but getting satisfactory images with that approach has become easy. Recently, some afternoon storms rolled through. I had found a nice spot no more than 10 minutes from home to try a new approach...a wide angle pano. Here is the results of that along with some isolation with the 400mm after I was done. As always, any C&C is very welcome, and thanks for looking!
1. This pano is three images stitched, shot with the 24 TSE II + 1.4 extender + 3-stop soft GND. Clouds had covered up the sun so although the clouds look nice, the foreground wasn't getting strong light.
2. Here's some isolation with the 400mm. Small pockets had opened in the clouds and sunlight was streaming across the hills.