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High Over Town Hall in Walpole
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I got a ride on a really big lift that put me 100' up and well over the cupola on the Town Hall in Walpole, NH. If that wasn't enough, it was a beautiful fall day with lots of color. It always pays to ask.

Copyright: Brian shriver
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 15464x7732
Uploaded: 13/10/2013
Updated: 05/09/2014
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Tags: aerial; fall; autumn; leaves; walpole; new england
  • Brian Shriver 8 months ago
    I've been using Ptgui's tone mapping feature to add "local contrast" to my panoramas to good effect. Tone mapping is usually the back end of the HDR process but apparently even a "normal" 16 bit tiff image can be tone mapped. Used sparingly, local contrast seems to add a lot of clarity and "pop" without changing the overall contrast of the image. I love it. I love it like salt and pepper on my steak!
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