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I put up 3 crops of this on my Insta if you want to see details: www.instagram.com/jessica_drossin/

Tags:   Jessica Drossin wildflowers mountains outdoors nature spring sky girl portrait person landscape poppies www.JessicaDrossin.com

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Thame, Oxfordshire.

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Watch my latest video

youtu.be/xfy47SrWnN4

I got a lot of questions asking me why I decided to change the aspect ratio of the Fuji GFX100s into this super pano 65:24 mode.

The answer is, it looks bloody awesome!

When composing panos like this, I want to see exactly what I'm going to end up with rather than shooting a 4x3 and then cropping it later.

There's something more...stimulating about limiting the aspect ratio in-camera.

The good news for those who worry about over-committing the comp is that the 65:24 aspect ratio isn't baked into the RAW file. It can be expanded later to the full 4x3 to give you some wiggle.

Luckily, this frame required no cropping and barely any editing.

All I did was clone out one annoying tree stump on the edge of the frame and then added some contrast and a slightly cooler white balance.

I have a video coming in a few weeks that documents the creation of this image.

One of the things I mention is the emotional connection that you can't help making with your beloved camera.

When the tools you use help you to create images like this, it's impossible to not form a bond with the gear.

Sadly, the bond was broken when I had to send the camera back to Fuji :(

Stay tuned for when this episode goes live. Until then, please enjoy this moment in time.

Thanks for reading
Gavin

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