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Mountain Lake At Dusk

by Bill Funk

<span class="small">Lake Geneva from Montreux. Out the hotel window, 3 shots stitched together in Photoshop.</span>
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  • 23/11 2008
    01:13

    Veronika Velkova

    Thanks, Billy! Congrats to you too!
  • 23/11 2008
    12:55

    Bill Funk

    Cheers Veronika, and congrats on the PSC mag feature!
  • 22/11 2008
    09:32

    Veronika Velkova

    Beautiful image, Billy!
  • 05/01 2008
    12:14

    Bill Funk

    Cheers Steven, it was actually at sunset... but I would have gotten up early for this one if I had to.
  • 04/01 2008
    12:04

    Steven Ratcliffe

    This picture is beautiful, could almost be a fantasy land. Was this shot in the morning? If it was then the early rise was definately worth it.
  • 01/11 2007
    02:42

    Bill Funk

    Hey Alan, thanks for commenting. Yeah, wish I had CS3... I work with PS6, which I suppose is pretty sad, but it sure gets you practiced doing things manually. I'll probably go to CS3 when I get my 5D at the end of the year. Up till now, I've be
  • 01/11 2007
    09:58

    Alan Tye

    Great shot! Well done. Have you tried the "photo-merge" feature in Photoshop CS3? I tried it the other day and it was so easy and fast I felt I was cheating. Sometimes technology can take the fun out of things.
  • 12/10 2007
    07:45

    Bill Funk

    Cheers Paola, many thanks for the encouragement!
  • 12/10 2007
    01:44

    Paola Jofre

    Wow!! Stunning image Bill !! this is such a dramatic shot. I really love the lighting and your Ps work stitching it together. Great job!!
  • 23/09 2007
    11:59

    Bill Funk

    Richard, funny you said that... you actually CAN see one of the joins, and I've since corrected the final version. But I don't know how to edit the original here without losing all the cool comments. Let's just keep this between us... Doh!
  • 23/09 2007
    11:45

    Richard Hubbard

    Hi Bill, I just got round to looking at this one.You've made a good job of stitching the three sections together, I can only just see the joins!(Just kidding - it's perfect).Regards Richard
  • 20/08 2007
    08:00

    Bill Funk

    Lars, thank you very much for the nice comment and the points!
  • 20/08 2007
    07:52

    Lars Netzel

    I'm always gonna be a sucker for nice scenery and this one is a real gem! I can't really think of anything that would have made this picture better so... well deserved 5 from me.
  • 17/08 2007
    09:56

    Bill Funk

    Thanks Emily. There are plug-ins and stand alone programs that make the stitchwork much easier than the manual stretch / clone method I used. I'll have to try that on my next pano. Cheers, BB
  • 17/08 2007
    01:27

    Emily Kemper

    seamless fantasic
  • 09/08 2007
    09:02

    Bill Funk

    Thanks Kurt... could almost be Austria! I was blessed by being able to wake up to this view 3 days in a row.
  • 08/08 2007
    07:58

    Kurt Tutschek

    a beautiful landscape - and a great panorama you created!
  • 26/07 2007
    10:59

    Bill Funk

    Thank you so much for commenting on this Cynthia-I don't know who gave me that rating, but if it was you, thanks again!!
  • 26/07 2007
    10:01

    cynthia berridge

    stunning scenery love these wide shots